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Natural Resources, Mining, & Construction Employment Pct. Change since February 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1South Dakota460009.6 %
2Washington530007.8 %
3Michigan260007.2 %
4New Mexico350006.5 %
5New Hampshire330006.0 %
6Arizona040005.4 %
7Utah490005.3 %
8Nebraska310004.7 %
9Maryland240004.6 %
10Nevada320004.5 %
11Missouri290004.3 %
12Florida120004.1 %
13Montana300004.0 %
13Wisconsin550004.0 %
15Rhode Island440003.9 %
16Idaho160003.7 %
17Hawaii150003.6 %
17New Jersey340003.6 %
19South Carolina450003.5 %
20Indiana180003.4 %
21California060003.2 %
22Kansas200002.9 %
23Minnesota270002.8 %
24Oregon410002.4 %
25Pennsylvania420002.3 %
26Arkansas050002.1 %
27Alabama010001.9 %
27Ohio390001.9 %
29Alaska020001.5 %
29Texas480001.5 %
31Connecticut090001.3 %
32North Dakota380001.1 %
33Georgia130001.0 %
34Tennessee470000.8 %
35Virginia510000.4 %
36Massachusetts250000.1 %
36North Carolina370000.1 %
38Delaware100000.0 %
39Illinois17000-0.5 %
40Iowa19000-0.6 %
41Colorado08000-0.7 %
41District of Columbia11000-0.7 %
43New York36000-0.8 %
44Maine23000-1.7 %
45Kentucky21000-1.9 %
46Mississippi28000-4.0 %
47Louisiana22000-4.4 %
47Wyoming56000-4.4 %
49Vermont50000-7.1 %
50Oklahoma40000-8.7 %
51West Virginia54000-10.5 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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