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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California060001,120,230
2Texas48000852,610
3Florida12000525,490
4New York36000502,440
5Illinois17000479,920
6Pennsylvania42000451,170
7Ohio39000396,620
8Georgia13000362,710
9New Jersey34000354,270
10North Carolina37000320,050
11Michigan26000278,130
12Tennessee47000270,020
13Indiana18000262,380
14Virginia51000236,710
15Washington53000229,460
16Wisconsin55000206,500
17Missouri29000193,210
18Massachusetts25000185,970
19Minnesota27000178,720
20Kentucky21000174,810
21Maryland24000161,860
22Arizona04000159,200
23Louisiana22000152,120
24South Carolina45000148,510
25Alabama01000148,210
26Colorado08000146,380
27Oregon41000124,200
28Iowa19000119,420
29Oklahoma40000106,020
30Arkansas05000105,670
31Nevada3200097,800
32Mississippi2800096,310
33Kansas2000093,490
34Connecticut0900091,290
35Utah4900088,440
36Nebraska3100077,720
37West Virginia5400053,350
38Idaho1600042,800
39New Mexico3500042,420
40Hawaii1500040,950
41North Dakota3800036,740
42Maine2300036,510
43New Hampshire3300034,140
44Delaware1000030,110
45South Dakota4600029,850
46Montana3000029,020
47Rhode Island4400027,180
48Alaska0200023,550
49Wyoming5600022,180
50Vermont5000016,580
51District of Columbia1100014,970

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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