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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California06000212,680
2Texas48000101,070
3New York3600078,120
4Massachusetts2500072,590
5Florida1200056,240
6Maryland2400051,150
7Pennsylvania4200049,480
8North Carolina3700047,720
9Washington5300044,640
10New Jersey3400041,160
11Virginia5100039,180
12Illinois1700038,320
13Colorado0800037,110
14Ohio3900036,780
15Michigan2600032,980
16Minnesota2700029,220
17Georgia1300029,140
18Wisconsin5500024,800
19Arizona0400022,750
20Oregon4100022,700
21Indiana1800021,180
22Tennessee4700020,910
23District of Columbia1100019,600
24Missouri2900019,540
25Utah4900015,820
26Iowa1900015,300
27South Carolina4500014,100
28Kentucky2100013,590
29Louisiana2200013,480
30Connecticut0900012,790
31Alabama0100012,090
32Oklahoma4000011,840
33Kansas2000011,330
34Idaho1600010,960
35New Mexico3500010,100
36Nevada320009,330
37Montana300008,630
38Nebraska310008,450
39Arkansas050007,390
40Mississippi280007,170
41West Virginia540006,760
42Alaska020006,710
43Delaware100006,650
44Hawaii150006,610
45New Hampshire330005,660
46Maine230005,560
47South Dakota460004,760
48Wyoming560004,300
49North Dakota380004,110
50Rhode Island440003,820
51Vermont500003,040

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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