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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1New York36000364,110
2California06000351,250
3Texas48000312,950
4Florida12000235,950
5Ohio39000199,500
6Pennsylvania42000190,450
7Illinois17000166,980
8North Carolina37000153,090
9New Jersey34000150,560
10Michigan26000134,860
11Massachusetts25000108,880
12Georgia1300099,430
13Virginia5100090,320
14Minnesota2700084,730
15Missouri2900080,610
16Indiana1800077,870
17Washington5300077,260
18Tennessee4700076,020
19Maryland2400074,520
20Wisconsin5500069,450
21Arizona0400064,660
22Colorado0800063,140
23South Carolina4500055,380
24Louisiana2200054,790
25Alabama0100051,430
26Kentucky2100049,750
27Connecticut0900049,380
28Oregon4100048,130
29Oklahoma4000046,780
30Kansas2000043,180
31Iowa1900042,980
32Arkansas0500035,730
33Mississippi2800031,930
34Utah4900031,780
35New Mexico3500025,900
36Nebraska3100025,720
37Nevada3200023,690
38West Virginia5400022,480
39Rhode Island4400020,660
40Maine2300020,540
41Hawaii1500019,280
42New Hampshire3300017,970
43Idaho1600017,680
44North Dakota3800012,660
45Delaware1000012,590
46Montana3000012,350
47District of Columbia1100011,930
48South Dakota4600010,540
49Alaska020008,120
50Vermont500006,890
51Wyoming560006,630

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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