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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 Total recordable cases (in thousands)

Alabama

33.8

Alaska

6.7

Arizona

59.8

Arkansas

25.1

California

355.2

Connecticut

33.3

Delaware

6.7

District of Columbia

4.8

Georgia

 

Hawaii

10.9

Illinois

106.9

Indiana

64.3

Iowa

34

Kansas

26.8

Kentucky

40

Louisiana

22.9

Maine

16.7

Maryland

42.4

Massachusetts

58.8

Michigan

88.8

Minnesota

66.9

Missouri

53.6

Montana

10.2

Nebraska

19.3

Nevada

29.8

New Jersey

75.8

New Mexico

13.2

New York

129

North Carolina

64.9

Ohio

85.3

Oklahoma

29.1

Oregon

43.4

Pennsylvania

122.7

Puerto Rico

14.1

South Carolina

29.1

Tennessee

57.5

Texas

178.6

Utah

26.3

Vermont

6.9

Virgin Islands

0.2

Virginia

52.6

Washington

78.2

West Virginia

12.9

Wisconsin

59.9

Wyoming

5

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