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State quits rates, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State quits rates, March 2024, seasonally adjusted
State Quits rate Quits level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

2.1 3,329

Alabama

2.4 52

Alaska

4.5 15

Arizona

2.0 64

Arkansas

2.4 33

California

1.5 262

Colorado

2.2 67

Connecticut

1.8 31

Delaware

2.5 12

District of Columbia

1.8 14

Florida

2.8 273

Georgia

2.1 103

Hawaii

2.0 13

Idaho

2.9 25

Illinois

2.1 129

Indiana

2.3 77

Iowa

2.3 37

Kansas

2.5 37

Kentucky

2.3 46

Louisiana

2.3 45

Maine

2.4 16

Maryland

2.3 62

Massachusetts

1.6 59

Michigan

2.0 89

Minnesota

2.1 62

Mississippi

2.2 26

Missouri

2.2 66

Montana

3.0 16

Nebraska

2.2 23

Nevada

2.4 38

New Hampshire

2.1 15

New Jersey

2.0 89

New Mexico

2.1 19

New York

2.0 195

North Carolina

2.2 112

North Dakota

2.5 11

Ohio

2.1 121

Oklahoma

2.4 42

Oregon

2.0 40

Pennsylvania

1.5 93

Rhode Island

2.1 11

South Carolina

2.1 49

South Dakota

2.3 11

Tennessee

2.6 88

Texas

2.4 342

Utah

2.4 42

Vermont

2.2 7

Virginia

2.3 99

Washington

1.5 55

West Virginia

2.8 20

Wisconsin

2.2 68

Wyoming

3.4 10