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Labor Force 2012 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeLabor Force
1California0600018,523,793
2Texas4800012,670,455
3New York360009,612,232
4Florida120009,382,993
5Illinois170006,581,867
6Pennsylvania420006,462,939
7Ohio390005,705,591
8Georgia130004,787,367
9North Carolina370004,680,057
10Michigan260004,672,695
11New Jersey340004,588,033
12Virginia510004,223,844
13Massachusetts250003,485,161
14Washington530003,471,282
15Indiana180003,169,835
16Maryland240003,119,647
17Tennessee470003,100,671
18Wisconsin550003,073,981
19Arizona040003,028,878
20Missouri290003,025,309
21Minnesota270002,946,356
22Colorado080002,757,222
23South Carolina450002,186,878
24Alabama010002,176,337
25Louisiana220002,080,280
26Kentucky210002,059,127
27Oregon410001,953,439
28Connecticut090001,887,419
29Oklahoma400001,803,863
30Iowa190001,653,141
31Kansas200001,485,220
32Nevada320001,376,381
33Utah490001,372,971
34Arkansas050001,342,753
35Mississippi280001,316,536
36Nebraska310001,014,980
37New Mexico35000927,795
38West Virginia54000807,917
39Idaho16000769,256
40New Hampshire33000741,097
41Maine23000702,636
42Hawaii15000647,185
43Rhode Island44000558,487
44Montana30000506,485
45Delaware10000445,572
46South Dakota46000442,442
47North Dakota38000397,867
48Alaska02000365,519
49District of Columbia11000364,989
50Vermont50000354,857
51Wyoming56000307,267

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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