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Total Nonfarm Employment Pct. Change since February 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Washington530003.0 %
2Utah490002.9 %
3Arizona040002.7 %
4Idaho160002.5 %
5Texas480002.4 %
6Colorado080001.9 %
6South Carolina450001.9 %
8Florida120001.8 %
8Tennessee470001.8 %
10California060001.7 %
11Montana300001.4 %
11New Mexico350001.4 %
11Virginia510001.4 %
14Nebraska310001.3 %
14Nevada320001.3 %
14Oregon410001.3 %
17New Jersey340001.2 %
18Delaware100001.1 %
18Maryland240001.1 %
18South Dakota460001.1 %
21Alabama010001.0 %
21Georgia130001.0 %
21New Hampshire330001.0 %
21Pennsylvania420001.0 %
25Massachusetts250000.9 %
25North Carolina370000.9 %
27Connecticut090000.8 %
27Kansas200000.8 %
27New York360000.8 %
27Wisconsin550000.8 %
31District of Columbia110000.7 %
31Michigan260000.7 %
31Rhode Island440000.7 %
34Missouri290000.6 %
35Kentucky210000.4 %
35Mississippi280000.4 %
35North Dakota380000.4 %
38Alaska020000.3 %
38Illinois170000.3 %
38Maine230000.3 %
38Ohio390000.3 %
42Minnesota270000.1 %
43Hawaii150000.0 %
44Iowa19000-0.1 %
45Indiana18000-0.2 %
45Louisiana22000-0.2 %
45Oklahoma40000-0.2 %
48Arkansas05000-0.3 %
48Vermont50000-0.3 %
50Wyoming56000-0.7 %
51West Virginia54000-1.5 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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