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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, April 2024, seasonally adjusted
State Job openings rate Job openings level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

4.8 8,059

Alabama

5.2 120

Alaska

6.9 25

Arizona

5.4 185

Arkansas

6.0 87

California

3.4 633

Colorado

6.3 201

Connecticut

5.0 90

Delaware

5.0 26

District of Columbia

4.6 37

Florida

5.0 520

Georgia

5.0 262

Hawaii

3.9 26

Idaho

5.8 53

Illinois

4.9 315

Indiana

4.3 148

Iowa

4.2 71

Kansas

4.5 69

Kentucky

6.0 131

Louisiana

5.9 123

Maine

5.7 40

Maryland

6.1 179

Massachusetts

5.4 213

Michigan

4.5 213

Minnesota

4.5 142

Mississippi

5.6 70

Missouri

4.4 139

Montana

5.9 33

Nebraska

4.2 47

Nevada

4.2 69

New Hampshire

5.4 40

New Jersey

4.8 220

New Mexico

5.9 55

New York

4.3 440

North Carolina

5.0 260

North Dakota

5.2 24

Ohio

4.1 242

Oklahoma

5.9 112

Oregon

5.3 110

Pennsylvania

5.1 329

Rhode Island

5.3 29

South Carolina

6.2 157

South Dakota

4.3 21

Tennessee

5.4 192

Texas

5.3 799

Utah

4.8 88

Vermont

4.5 15

Virginia

6.3 283

Washington

3.7 140

West Virginia

6.3 48

Wisconsin

5.4 172

Wyoming

5.5 17