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Unemployment 2023 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California06000919,958
2Texas48000594,629
3New York36000410,818
4Florida12000319,680
5Illinois17000287,183
6Pennsylvania42000222,690
7New Jersey34000213,949
8Ohio39000204,558
9Michigan26000195,483
10North Carolina37000180,768
11Georgia13000169,790
12Washington53000164,879
13Arizona04000144,466
14Virginia51000131,053
15Massachusetts25000126,369
16Indiana18000113,370
17Tennessee47000111,670
18Colorado08000102,367
19Wisconsin5500094,949
20Missouri2900094,172
21Minnesota2700087,216
22Kentucky2100084,269
23Nevada3200082,392
24Oregon4100080,475
25Louisiana2200076,608
26South Carolina4500072,668
27Connecticut0900071,112
28Maryland2400067,598
29Oklahoma4000063,291
30Alabama0100057,659
31Iowa1900050,296
32Utah4900047,158
33Arkansas0500044,781
34Kansas2000040,052
35Mississippi2800039,089
36New Mexico3500036,261
37West Virginia5400030,656
38Idaho1600029,758
39Nebraska3100023,801
40Delaware1000020,125
41Hawaii1500020,019
42Maine2300019,703
43District of Columbia1100019,537
44Rhode Island4400017,239
45New Hampshire3300016,718
46Montana3000016,587
47Alaska0200015,089
48South Dakota460009,523
49Wyoming560008,538
50North Dakota380007,813
51Vermont500007,046

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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