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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600016,529,810
2Texas4800012,226,170
3New York360008,669,050
4Florida120008,605,610
5Illinois170005,618,830
6Pennsylvania420005,583,410
7Ohio390005,201,030
8North Carolina370004,422,020
9Georgia130004,378,430
10Michigan260004,059,670
11New Jersey340003,850,220
12Virginia510003,753,230
13Massachusetts250003,394,470
14Washington530003,205,930
15Tennessee470002,986,840
16Indiana180002,983,410
17Arizona040002,880,690
18Wisconsin550002,754,870
19Minnesota270002,735,060
20Missouri290002,728,100
21Colorado080002,621,340
22Maryland240002,546,000
23South Carolina450002,067,330
24Alabama010001,928,110
25Kentucky210001,838,410
26Oregon410001,825,370
27Louisiana220001,793,600
28Connecticut090001,573,560
29Oklahoma400001,557,810
30Utah490001,554,670
31Iowa190001,484,970
32Kansas200001,339,170
33Nevada320001,289,190
34Arkansas050001,191,000
35Mississippi280001,101,720
36Nebraska31000958,260
37New Mexico35000776,540
38Idaho16000756,910
39District of Columbia11000661,960
40West Virginia54000657,680
41New Hampshire33000635,220
42Maine23000592,000
43Hawaii15000548,410
44Montana30000470,230
45Rhode Island44000457,720
46Delaware10000435,600
47South Dakota46000421,230
48North Dakota38000395,060
49Alaska02000295,880
50Vermont50000283,990
51Wyoming56000260,530

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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