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State hires rates, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State hires rates, March 2024, seasonally adjusted
State Hires rate Hires level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

3.5 5,500

Alabama

4.2 91

Alaska

5.4 18

Arizona

3.5 114

Arkansas

4.2 57

California

2.8 507

Colorado

3.7 110

Connecticut

3.4 58

Delaware

4.1 20

District of Columbia

3.0 23

Florida

4.3 428

Georgia

3.8 189

Hawaii

3.0 19

Idaho

4.4 38

Illinois

3.6 220

Indiana

3.4 111

Iowa

3.0 48

Kansas

3.8 55

Kentucky

3.8 78

Louisiana

4.2 83

Maine

3.8 25

Maryland

3.7 101

Massachusetts

3.2 119

Michigan

3.4 153

Minnesota

3.2 97

Mississippi

3.8 45

Missouri

3.3 101

Montana

4.9 26

Nebraska

3.5 37

Nevada

4.0 63

New Hampshire

4.0 28

New Jersey

4.3 188

New Mexico

3.6 32

New York

2.8 271

North Carolina

3.5 174

North Dakota

3.6 16

Ohio

3.5 199

Oklahoma

4.3 76

Oregon

3.4 68

Pennsylvania

2.7 165

Rhode Island

4.1 21

South Carolina

4.8 113

South Dakota

3.6 17

Tennessee

4.1 135

Texas

3.4 481

Utah

3.6 62

Vermont

3.8 12

Virginia

3.9 167

Washington

2.8 103

West Virginia

4.0 29

Wisconsin

3.1 94

Wyoming

4.4 13