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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 of job transfer or restriction (in thousands)

Alabama

6.5

Alaska

0.5

Arizona

13.4

Arkansas

3.6

California

83.6

Connecticut

6.5

Delaware

1.1

District of Columbia

0.3

Georgia

 

Hawaii

0.8

Illinois

19.7

Indiana

16.3

Iowa

7.8

Kansas

5.6

Kentucky

7.1

Louisiana

3.2

Maine

4.4

Maryland

6.8

Massachusetts

4.4

Michigan

17.2

Minnesota

10.4

Missouri

11

Montana

1.5

Nebraska

3.5

Nevada

7.5

New Jersey

12.3

New Mexico

2

New York

7

North Carolina

15

Ohio

12.9

Oklahoma

6.2

Oregon

8.9

Pennsylvania

25.6

Puerto Rico

 

South Carolina

7.1

Tennessee

12.8

Texas

48.4

Utah

6.5

Vermont

1.2

Virgin Islands

-

Virginia

10

Washington

18.7

West Virginia

1.6

Wisconsin

12.5

Wyoming

0.7

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