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Information Employment Pct. Change since February 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Washington530005.9 %
2District of Columbia110005.1 %
3Utah490004.4 %
4California060003.8 %
4Massachusetts250003.8 %
6Tennessee470003.6 %
7North Carolina370003.5 %
8Oregon410002.6 %
9Virginia510002.4 %
10Idaho160002.3 %
11Texas480001.8 %
12Maine230001.4 %
13Arizona040001.0 %
14Illinois170000.9 %
15Pennsylvania420000.4 %
16New Hampshire330000.0 %
16New York360000.0 %
16North Dakota380000.0 %
16South Carolina450000.0 %
16Vermont500000.0 %
21Connecticut09000-0.3 %
22Michigan26000-0.4 %
22New Jersey34000-0.4 %
24Oklahoma40000-0.5 %
25Wisconsin55000-0.6 %
26Colorado08000-0.7 %
26Ohio39000-0.7 %
28Nevada32000-1.3 %
29Maryland24000-1.4 %
30Florida12000-1.6 %
30Montana30000-1.6 %
32Indiana18000-1.7 %
33South Dakota46000-1.8 %
34Alaska02000-1.9 %
35Georgia13000-2.2 %
36Alabama01000-2.3 %
37Mississippi28000-2.8 %
38Wyoming56000-2.9 %
39Minnesota27000-3.0 %
40Kansas20000-3.3 %
41West Virginia54000-3.7 %
42Arkansas05000-4.4 %
43New Mexico35000-4.5 %
44Nebraska31000-4.6 %
45Delaware10000-5.1 %
45Iowa19000-5.1 %
47Missouri29000-5.6 %
48Louisiana22000-6.4 %
49Kentucky21000-6.9 %
50Rhode Island44000-8.2 %
51Hawaii15000-14.0 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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