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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California06000510,000
2Texas48000348,700
3Florida12000320,990
4New York36000300,750
5Illinois17000178,540
6Pennsylvania42000165,130
7Ohio39000146,150
8North Carolina37000134,490
9New Jersey34000126,380
10Michigan26000124,840
11Virginia51000120,590
12Georgia13000109,000
13Massachusetts25000104,560
14Washington5300095,700
15Arizona0400090,160
16Colorado0800087,350
17Indiana1800087,170
18Tennessee4700083,280
19Missouri2900081,950
20Maryland2400080,930
21Wisconsin5500079,700
22Minnesota2700079,660
23Nevada3200072,630
24South Carolina4500067,970
25Louisiana2200056,450
26Connecticut0900055,240
27Alabama0100054,610
28Oregon4100053,130
29Kentucky2100053,060
30Utah4900050,630
31Oklahoma4000046,240
32Iowa1900046,090
33Kansas2000037,540
34Arkansas0500034,720
35Mississippi2800033,810
36Hawaii1500030,860
37Nebraska3100029,520
38Idaho1600027,350
39New Mexico3500025,710
40Maine2300022,940
41West Virginia5400021,110
42Montana3000020,370
43New Hampshire3300019,980
44District of Columbia1100019,970
45South Dakota4600016,470
46Delaware1000015,830
47Rhode Island4400015,490
48North Dakota3800013,390
49Vermont5000011,060
50Wyoming5600010,590
51Alaska0200010,300

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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