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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California060001,437,100
2Texas480001,217,200
3Florida120001,034,260
4New York36000792,330
5Illinois17000504,310
6North Carolina37000488,760
7Pennsylvania42000486,870
8Ohio39000458,210
9Georgia13000457,810
10Michigan26000371,670
11New Jersey34000369,610
12Virginia51000360,430
13Washington53000316,180
14Colorado08000301,430
15Massachusetts25000287,260
16Arizona04000284,000
17Indiana18000272,480
18Tennessee47000269,720
19Wisconsin55000259,320
20Minnesota27000242,440
21Missouri29000242,400
22South Carolina45000226,140
23Maryland24000216,820
24Alabama01000196,970
25Louisiana22000169,400
26Kentucky21000160,650
27Oregon41000157,990
28Oklahoma40000153,190
29Connecticut09000137,770
30Iowa19000134,010
31Utah49000133,280
32Nevada32000127,120
33Kansas20000122,490
34Arkansas05000111,880
35Mississippi28000108,920
36Nebraska3100088,630
37New Hampshire3300070,920
38Idaho1600069,710
39New Mexico3500068,870
40West Virginia5400058,960
41Maine2300056,110
42Hawaii1500049,570
43Montana3000047,840
44South Dakota4600044,670
45Delaware1000044,630
46Rhode Island4400042,230
47North Dakota3800035,370
48Vermont5000023,900
49Wyoming5600023,890
50Alaska0200022,540
51District of Columbia1100022,420

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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