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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California060001,600,160
2Texas480001,217,760
3Florida12000971,380
4New York36000715,950
5Illinois17000483,960
6Ohio39000482,520
7Pennsylvania42000478,920
8North Carolina37000425,680
9Georgia13000415,250
10Michigan26000355,590
11Virginia51000323,650
12New Jersey34000299,800
13Washington53000294,820
14Tennessee47000293,180
15Massachusetts25000288,730
16Arizona04000287,960
17Indiana18000275,120
18Colorado08000265,770
19Missouri29000253,880
20Wisconsin55000240,870
21Minnesota27000232,190
22South Carolina45000222,670
23Maryland24000204,950
24Nevada32000195,840
25Louisiana22000179,320
26Kentucky21000172,860
27Alabama01000172,810
28Oregon41000169,520
29Oklahoma40000164,410
30Utah49000131,080
31Connecticut09000127,800
32Iowa19000127,270
33Kansas20000118,580
34Arkansas05000109,470
35Mississippi28000107,490
36Nebraska3100085,620
37Hawaii1500081,920
38New Mexico3500080,640
39Idaho1600070,520
40West Virginia5400059,930
41New Hampshire3300056,380
42District of Columbia1100055,000
43Maine2300052,610
44Montana3000052,590
45Rhode Island4400049,060
46Delaware1000043,050
47South Dakota4600041,580
48North Dakota3800034,880
49Alaska0200026,020
50Vermont5000025,780
51Wyoming5600025,090

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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