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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600017,945,910
2Texas4800013,557,950
3Florida120009,568,260
4New York360009,392,830
5Illinois170006,011,660
6Pennsylvania420005,948,490
7Ohio390005,469,160
8North Carolina370004,795,040
9Georgia130004,757,900
10Michigan260004,347,960
11New Jersey340004,202,170
12Virginia510003,981,130
13Massachusetts250003,643,450
14Washington530003,495,500
15Tennessee470003,219,060
16Indiana180003,156,740
17Arizona040003,129,720
18Wisconsin550002,885,990
19Minnesota270002,881,100
20Missouri290002,876,400
21Colorado080002,832,010
22Maryland240002,677,430
23South Carolina450002,222,950
24Alabama010002,053,090
25Kentucky210001,963,060
26Oregon410001,943,180
27Louisiana220001,851,860
28Utah490001,678,660
29Oklahoma400001,664,310
30Connecticut090001,660,330
31Iowa190001,544,760
32Nevada320001,481,820
33Kansas200001,412,000
34Arkansas050001,271,320
35Mississippi280001,149,950
36Nebraska310001,000,860
37New Mexico35000845,580
38Idaho16000822,690
39District of Columbia11000701,840
40West Virginia54000688,670
41New Hampshire33000675,150
42Maine23000621,750
43Hawaii15000616,980
44Montana30000501,730
45Rhode Island44000488,220
46Delaware10000469,280
47South Dakota46000444,400
48North Dakota38000417,500
49Alaska02000311,610
50Vermont50000300,760
51Wyoming56000273,750

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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