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State job openings rates, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State job openings rates, September 2022, seasonally adjusted
State Job openings rate Job openings level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

6.5 10,717

Alabama

6.4 144

Alaska

11.7 42

Arizona

6.7 223

Arkansas

6.5 92

California

6.1 1,154

Colorado

6.9 214

Connecticut

6.4 114

Delaware

7.1 35

District of Columbia

5.8 47

Florida

6.0 606

Georgia

7.7 402

Hawaii

6.7 44

Idaho

7.2 64

Illinois

6.7 437

Indiana

5.9 201

Iowa

6.6 112

Kansas

6.1 91

Kentucky

7.6 163

Louisiana

7.1 148

Maine

7.1 49

Maryland

6.8 200

Massachusetts

7.3 289

Michigan

7.1 334

Minnesota

6.8 215

Mississippi

7.2 90

Missouri

6.6 206

Montana

7.8 43

Nebraska

6.3 70

Nevada

6.5 101

New Hampshire

7.4 55

New Jersey

5.6 253

New Mexico

6.9 63

New York

5.3 528

North Carolina

6.6 342

North Dakota

6.7 31

Ohio

6.6 387

Oklahoma

6.8 123

Oregon

5.9 123

Pennsylvania

5.8 372

Rhode Island

6.6 35

South Carolina

6.9 166

South Dakota

6.6 32

Tennessee

7.3 257

Texas

7.0 1,026

Utah

6.3 113

Vermont

7.4 24

Virginia

8.0 357

Washington

5.6 211

West Virginia

7.2 55

Wisconsin

6.6 210

Wyoming

8.6 27