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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California060001,986,980
2Texas480001,748,940
3Florida120001,325,360
4New York360001,160,100
5Pennsylvania42000738,920
6Illinois17000708,100
7Ohio39000650,520
8Georgia13000588,390
9North Carolina37000554,250
10New Jersey34000551,850
11Michigan26000516,710
12Tennessee47000444,410
13Virginia51000443,580
14Arizona04000425,230
15Massachusetts25000398,150
16Washington53000389,360
17Indiana18000360,500
18Missouri29000360,250
19Minnesota27000352,250
20Wisconsin55000347,260
21Maryland24000316,940
22Colorado08000314,170
23South Carolina45000285,910
24Kentucky21000255,100
25Utah49000238,750
26Louisiana22000233,970
27Oregon41000233,320
28Alabama01000233,290
29Oklahoma40000222,360
30Connecticut09000205,310
31Nevada32000177,590
32Iowa19000175,980
33Kansas20000171,540
34Arkansas05000151,090
35Mississippi28000139,950
36Nebraska31000121,740
37New Mexico35000117,510
38Idaho16000107,320
39New Hampshire3300090,400
40West Virginia5400085,470
41Hawaii1500081,420
42Maine2300076,930
43Montana3000061,700
44Delaware1000060,580
45Rhode Island4400060,120
46District of Columbia1100057,420
47South Dakota4600056,060
48North Dakota3800046,460
49Alaska0200040,090
50Vermont5000033,600
51Wyoming5600030,260

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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