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State layoffs and discharges rates, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State layoffs and discharges rates, April 2024, seasonally adjusted
State Layoffs and discharges rate Layoffs and discharges level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

1.0 1,515

Alabama

1.0 21

Alaska

1.8 6

Arizona

1.6 52

Arkansas

1.2 16

California

1.0 182

Colorado

1.1 33

Connecticut

1.7 29

Delaware

1.0 5

District of Columbia

0.7 5

Florida

0.8 76

Georgia

1.0 48

Hawaii

0.9 6

Idaho

1.4 12

Illinois

0.9 57

Indiana

0.9 30

Iowa

1.1 18

Kansas

1.1 16

Kentucky

1.0 21

Louisiana

1.4 27

Maine

1.7 11

Maryland

1.1 30

Massachusetts

0.8 29

Michigan

0.8 34

Minnesota

0.7 21

Mississippi

1.0 12

Missouri

0.7 20

Montana

1.5 8

Nebraska

0.9 10

Nevada

1.5 24

New Hampshire

1.6 11

New Jersey

1.2 54

New Mexico

1.1 10

New York

0.7 67

North Carolina

1.0 50

North Dakota

1.1 5

Ohio

1.0 56

Oklahoma

0.7 12

Oregon

1.3 26

Pennsylvania

1.0 62

Rhode Island

1.8 9

South Carolina

1.1 25

South Dakota

1.1 5

Tennessee

0.9 30

Texas

0.6 88

Utah

1.2 21

Vermont

1.3 4

Virginia

1.0 44

Washington

0.9 32

West Virginia

1.0 7

Wisconsin

1.0 31

Wyoming

1.4 4