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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, May 2022, seasonally adjusted
State Job openings rate Job openings level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

6.9 11,254

Alabama

6.6 148

Alaska

8.2 28

Arizona

6.2 200

Arkansas

7.0 98

California

6.8 1,283

Colorado

7.2 220

Connecticut

6.8 120

Delaware

6.9 34

District of Columbia

5.7 46

Florida

6.6 660

Georgia

7.1 367

Hawaii

6.9 45

Idaho

6.9 60

Illinois

6.3 405

Indiana

6.7 229

Iowa

7.1 120

Kansas

6.7 100

Kentucky

8.0 168

Louisiana

7.7 160

Maine

7.2 49

Maryland

7.7 227

Massachusetts

8.4 338

Michigan

7.5 351

Minnesota

7.5 236

Mississippi

7.1 89

Missouri

7.3 229

Montana

8.2 45

Nebraska

7.1 79

Nevada

6.9 107

New Hampshire

7.5 55

New Jersey

6.4 285

New Mexico

7.2 66

New York

5.4 538

North Carolina

7.5 386

North Dakota

7.0 32

Ohio

7.1 420

Oklahoma

6.9 125

Oregon

6.6 137

Pennsylvania

7.5 478

Rhode Island

7.6 41

South Carolina

7.5 179

South Dakota

7.0 34

Tennessee

7.3 253

Texas

6.8 974

Utah

6.5 116

Vermont

8.0 26

Virginia

7.4 321

Washington

6.4 240

West Virginia

7.4 57

Wisconsin

7.2 226

Wyoming

7.5 23