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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, December 2023, seasonally adjusted
State Job openings rate Job openings level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

5.4 9,026

Alabama

5.8 133

Alaska

6.5 23

Arizona

4.9 163

Arkansas

5.7 82

California

4.4 830

Colorado

6.6 207

Connecticut

5.3 94

Delaware

6.0 31

District of Columbia

5.2 43

Florida

5.1 535

Georgia

5.9 313

Hawaii

4.1 27

Idaho

5.2 47

Illinois

5.7 370

Indiana

4.3 149

Iowa

5.3 89

Kansas

5.6 86

Kentucky

5.5 118

Louisiana

6.3 132

Maine

5.2 36

Maryland

6.0 177

Massachusetts

5.8 234

Michigan

6.8 326

Minnesota

6.5 210

Mississippi

6.3 79

Missouri

5.1 162

Montana

5.9 33

Nebraska

5.3 59

Nevada

4.7 78

New Hampshire

5.2 39

New Jersey

4.8 221

New Mexico

5.8 54

New York

4.6 472

North Carolina

5.6 295

North Dakota

5.4 25

Ohio

5.5 330

Oklahoma

6.0 111

Oregon

4.5 94

Pennsylvania

5.9 388

Rhode Island

6.0 32

South Carolina

6.8 170

South Dakota

5.6 28

Tennessee

6.1 214

Texas

6.0 902

Utah

4.7 85

Vermont

5.3 17

Virginia

6.2 275

Washington

4.0 152

West Virginia

6.8 52

Wisconsin

5.8 185

Wyoming

5.7 18