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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 Other recordable cases (in thousands)

Alabama

12.5

Alaska

2.6

Arizona

23.2

Arkansas

8.4

California

109.7

Connecticut

10.6

Delaware

2.2

District of Columbia

1.6

Georgia

 

Hawaii

3.4

Illinois

32.8

Indiana

25

Iowa

12.4

Kansas

10.3

Kentucky

14.5

Louisiana

9.5

Maine

6.6

Maryland

15

Massachusetts

18.5

Michigan

30.6

Minnesota

26.4

Missouri

19.1

Montana

5

Nebraska

7.7

Nevada

11.3

New Jersey

21.5

New Mexico

5.2

New York

38.9

North Carolina

26.6

Ohio

35.5

Oklahoma

10.2

Oregon

15.4

Pennsylvania

45.6

Puerto Rico

4.1

South Carolina

9.7

Tennessee

22

Texas

61.5

Utah

13.5

Vermont

3.2

Virgin Islands

0.1

Virginia

20.3

Washington

27.6

West Virginia

4.9

Wisconsin

27

Wyoming

2

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