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State total separations rates, seasonally adjusted

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State total separations rates, April 2024, seasonally adjusted
State Total separations rate Total separations level (in thousands)

Total U.S.

3.4 5,372

Alabama

3.7 81

Alaska

6.3 21

Arizona

4.4 143

Arkansas

4.0 55

California

2.6 467

Colorado

5.0 150

Connecticut

3.9 67

Delaware

4.1 20

District of Columbia

2.6 20

Florida

4.0 396

Georgia

3.4 170

Hawaii

3.1 20

Idaho

4.2 36

Illinois

3.0 186

Indiana

3.6 117

Iowa

3.4 55

Kansas

4.2 61

Kentucky

3.6 74

Louisiana

4.6 91

Maine

4.4 29

Maryland

3.6 98

Massachusetts

2.1 80

Michigan

3.1 139

Minnesota

3.0 91

Mississippi

4.0 47

Missouri

3.3 100

Montana

5.1 27

Nebraska

3.5 37

Nevada

4.6 72

New Hampshire

4.1 29

New Jersey

3.3 145

New Mexico

4.2 37

New York

2.6 258

North Carolina

3.4 168

North Dakota

4.3 19

Ohio

3.8 213

Oklahoma

3.4 61

Oregon

4.3 86

Pennsylvania

3.1 192

Rhode Island

4.7 24

South Carolina

4.1 97

South Dakota

4.5 21

Tennessee

4.0 134

Texas

3.1 432

Utah

4.1 72

Vermont

3.8 12

Virginia

3.7 156

Washington

3.0 108

West Virginia

4.4 32

Wisconsin

3.8 115

Wyoming

4.8 14