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Change in nonfarm employment by state, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Change in nonfarm employment by state, June 2020 to June 2021, seasonally adjusted
State Percent change June 2020 employment (thousands) June 2021 employment (thousands) Net change (thousands)

Alabama

4.8 1,930.5 2,022.5 92.0

Alaska

6.3 284.2 302.2 18.0

Arizona

5.1 2,805.4 2,948.6 143.2

Arkansas

3.9 1,217.9 1,265.1 47.2

California

5.2 15,611.7 16,416.6 804.9

Colorado

6.0 2,565.5 2,719.6 154.1

Connecticut

6.8 1,490.9 1,592.9 102.0

Delaware

5.3 424.0 446.5 22.5

District of Columbia

3.5 720.2 745.2 25.0

Florida

4.3 8,339.9 8,698.2 358.3

Georgia

5.2 4,296.2 4,521.0 224.8

Hawaii

8.0 526.9 568.8 41.9

Idaho

6.8 739.4 789.7 50.3

Illinois

5.7 5,435.0 5,745.1 310.1

Indiana

5.2 2,902.6 3,052.6 150.0

Iowa

4.3 1,460.1 1,522.7 62.6

Kansas

3.9 1,326.9 1,378.3 51.4

Kentucky

4.7 1,782.4 1,866.9 84.5

Louisiana

3.9 1,770.1 1,838.9 68.8

Maine

8.3 567.8 614.9 47.1

Maryland

7.2 2,456.5 2,634.3 177.8

Massachusetts

9.3 3,164.7 3,457.5 292.8

Michigan

7.1 3,858.3 4,131.3 273.0

Minnesota

5.8 2,669.9 2,825.8 155.9

Mississippi

4.8 1,080.8 1,132.6 51.8

Missouri

5.0 2,689.6 2,823.4 133.8

Montana

4.0 460.5 479.1 18.6

Nebraska

4.6 964.8 1,009.3 44.5

Nevada

11.6 1,197.3 1,336.0 138.7

New Hampshire

7.4 610.6 655.9 45.3

New Jersey

10.1 3,574.8 3,935.6 360.8

New Mexico

3.3 774.1 799.5 25.4

New York

8.2 8,223.8 8,896.2 672.4

North Carolina

5.8 4,257.3 4,502.4 245.1

North Dakota

4.3 398.3 415.5 17.2

Ohio

3.7 5,130.8 5,320.8 190.0

Oklahoma

2.1 1,600.2 1,634.5 34.3

Oregon

5.6 1,756.8 1,856.0 99.2

Pennsylvania

6.1 5,371.5 5,696.9 325.4

Rhode Island

8.0 436.0 471.0 35.0

South Carolina

4.7 2,022.9 2,118.8 95.9

South Dakota

5.5 413.2 435.8 22.6

Tennessee

5.2 2,935.6 3,089.0 153.4

Texas

5.5 11,970.1 12,624.3 654.2

Utah

6.4 1,502.7 1,599.1 96.4

Vermont

8.2 272.8 295.3 22.5

Virginia

5.1 3,703.8 3,894.2 190.4

Washington

6.1 3,180.6 3,374.9 194.3

West Virginia

3.2 665.2 686.7 21.5

Wisconsin

5.3 2,728.1 2,871.5 143.4

Wyoming

3.1 263.8 272.0 8.2

Puerto Rico

7.0 798.2 853.8 55.6