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Employment by state, seasonally adjusted

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Employment by state, September 2020, seasonally adjusted
State Total employment (thousands) 12-month percent change in employment 12-month net change in employment (thousands)

Alabama

2,000.5 -3.6 -74.5

Alaska

300.6 -9.2 -30.4

Arizona

2,862.0 -3.1 -90.5

Arkansas

1,225.8 -3.7 -47.2

California

15,982.3 -8.5 -1,488.9

Colorado

2,665.2 -4.8 -134.3

Connecticut

1,585.1 -6.1 -103.2

Delaware

428.8 -8.1 -37.6

District of Columbia

745.6 -6.7 -53.6

Florida

8,532.5 -5.0 -451.1

Georgia

4,461.4 -3.6 -164.7

Hawaii

534.9 -18.4 -120.8

Idaho

758.6 -0.7 -5.7

Illinois

5,702.8 -6.8 -412.9

Indiana

3,033.5 -4.1 -130.1

Iowa

1,499.5 -5.4 -85.4

Kansas

1,360.4 -4.4 -63.0

Kentucky

1,826.0 -6.0 -117.2

Louisiana

1,851.4 -6.8 -135.7

Maine

586.7 -8.0 -51.0

Maryland

2,603.7 -5.9 -162.2

Massachusetts

3,342.0 -9.5 -351.8

Michigan

4,013.1 -9.6 -425.0

Minnesota

2,779.0 -6.7 -200.0

Mississippi

1,131.9 -2.2 -25.7

Missouri

2,784.5 -4.2 -121.9

Montana

467.7 -3.6 -17.7

Nebraska

1,000.4 -2.5 -26.1

Nevada

1,296.9 -9.0 -127.6

New Hampshire

632.8 -7.7 -52.8

New Jersey

3,878.2 -7.6 -320.8

New Mexico

802.4 -6.9 -59.2

New York

8,710.3 -11.2 -1,102.8

North Carolina

4,316.2 -5.8 -267.4

North Dakota

408.9 -6.8 -30.0

Ohio

5,188.2 -7.2 -403.7

Oklahoma

1,618.9 -5.1 -86.4

Oregon

1,811.8 -6.8 -132.7

Pennsylvania

5,597.8 -7.8 -470.8

Rhode Island

468.0 -6.9 -34.8

South Carolina

2,119.7 -3.6 -79.6

South Dakota

428.1 -2.9 -13.0

Tennessee

3,000.1 -4.2 -131.5

Texas

12,265.2 -4.5 -583.6

Utah

1,552.4 -1.0 -15.2

Vermont

285.0 -9.6 -30.4

Virginia

3,857.1 -5.1 -207.1

Washington

3,286.0 -5.7 -197.5

West Virginia

671.2 -6.4 -45.6

Wisconsin

2,781.0 -6.4 -191.3

Wyoming

273.9 -5.6 -16.1

Puerto Rico

819.1 -7.5 -66.8