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Rate of gross job gains and gross job losses, by state, seasonally adjusted (in percent)

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Rates of gross job gains and gross job losses, by state, 3rd quarter 2020, seasonally adjusted (in percent)
State Job losses rate Job gains rate

Alabama

5.9 7.8

Alaska

9.9 12.2

Arizona

6.2 7.9

Arkansas

5.6 7.5

California

7.3 8.7

Colorado

6.3 10.0

Connecticut

5.1 11.2

Delaware

6.3 10.3

District of Columbia

5.8 8.3

Florida

6.8 9.5

Georgia

6.4 9.2

Hawaii

12.7 7.4

Idaho

6.5 8.4

Illinois

5.6 9.7

Indiana

5.4 8.3

Iowa

5.6 7.4

Kansas

6.0 7.9

Kentucky

5.0 8.8

Louisiana

7.2 8.8

Maine

6.0 12.0

Maryland

5.9 11.0

Massachusetts

5.6 12.5

Michigan

4.8 10.9

Minnesota

5.4 9.0

Mississippi

5.5 8.7

Missouri

5.7 8.5

Montana

7.2 9.9

Nebraska

5.9 8.1

Nevada

6.4 12.8

New Hampshire

5.1 11.9

New Jersey

5.8 15.7

New Mexico

6.0 8.3

New York

5.9 13.3

North Carolina

5.6 8.5

North Dakota

6.9 8.8

Ohio

5.3 7.7

Oklahoma

6.4 6.8

Oregon

6.2 9.0

Pennsylvania

5.0 10.3

Rhode Island

5.3 12.9

South Carolina

6.1 8.8

South Dakota

5.5 8.6

Tennessee

5.4 8.1

Texas

6.0 7.2

Utah

6.2 9.1

Vermont

5.7 12.3

Virginia

5.3 10.2

Washington

6.2 8.9

West Virginia

7.0 8.8

Wisconsin

5.2 7.6

Wyoming

7.7 10.7

Puerto Rico

5.1 11.0