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Number of nonfatal work injuries and illnesses, by state and case type, private industry

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Number of nonfatal work injuries and illnesses, by state and case type, private industry, 2020
State Cases involving days away from work, job restriction, or transfer (in thousands)

Alabama

21.3

Alaska

4

Arizona

36.6

Arkansas

16.7

California

245.5

Connecticut

22.8

Delaware

4.5

District of Columbia

3.2

Georgia

 

Hawaii

7.5

Illinois

74.1

Indiana

39.3

Iowa

21.6

Kansas

16.5

Kentucky

25.5

Louisiana

13.4

Maine

10.1

Maryland

27.5

Massachusetts

40.2

Michigan

58.2

Minnesota

40.5

Missouri

34.5

Montana

5.1

Nebraska

11.6

Nevada

18.5

New Jersey

54.2

New Mexico

8

New York

90.1

North Carolina

38.3

Ohio

49.7

Oklahoma

18.9

Oregon

27.9

Pennsylvania

77.1

Puerto Rico

10

South Carolina

19.4

Tennessee

35.5

Texas

117.1

Utah

12.8

Vermont

3.7

Virgin Islands

0.1

Virginia

32.3

Washington

50.6

West Virginia

8

Wisconsin

33

Wyoming

3

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