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Table 1. Covered establishments, employment, and wages in the 344 largest counties, first quarter 2021

Table 1. Covered establishments, employment, and wages in the 344 largest counties,
first quarter 2021

                                                   Employment               Average weekly wage(2)

                          Establishments,
        County(1)          first quarter                Percent    Ranking            Percent   Ranking
                                2021          March     change,      by      First    change,     by
                            (thousands)       2021       March     percent  quarter    first    percent
                                          (thousands)  2020-21(3)  change     2021    quarter   change
                                                                                     2020-21(3)

United States(4).........      10,755.4     140,455.8      -4.5        -    $1,289       5.6       -

Jefferson, AL............          20.0         337.0      -4.1       135    1,212       3.0      232
Madison, AL..............          10.7         205.9      -1.7        37    1,256      -0.7      317
Mobile, AL...............          10.7         163.7      -4.5       155      967       2.9      237
Montgomery, AL...........           6.6         124.8      -4.1       135      950       3.6      198
Shelby, AL...............           6.2          81.8      -2.3        58    1,172       2.2      263
Tuscaloosa, AL...........           4.8          89.8      -7.6       300      951       3.4      213
Anchorage, AK............           8.4         135.8      -6.0       236    1,190       0.8      304
Maricopa, AZ.............         114.5       2,055.5      -2.2        53    1,219       5.2      117
Pima, AZ.................          19.6         364.9      -4.0       129    1,012       2.0      272
Benton, AR...............           7.3         125.2      -1.5        33    1,631       8.2       33

Pulaski, AR..............          14.7         240.0      -3.1        89    1,060       2.9      237
Washington, AR...........           6.5         109.2      -1.8        40      913       1.6      289
Alameda, CA..............          66.9         745.8       (5)        -     1,754       (5)       -
Butte, CA................           8.3          75.4      -6.9       276      923       6.6       70
Contra Costa, CA.........          35.1         343.9      -6.7       269    1,605      10.1       16
Fresno, CA...............          39.0         374.8      -4.7       164      938       6.7       68
Kern, CA.................          22.7         300.4      -3.9       125    1,003       3.6      198
Los Angeles, CA..........         524.0       4,147.5      -7.6       300    1,431       7.2       55
Marin, CA................          12.7         103.3      -9.3       323    1,721      10.0       17
Merced, CA...............           7.1          76.3       (5)        -       892       (5)       -

Monterey, CA.............          14.4         165.1      -7.7       304    1,032       5.7       98
Orange, CA...............         132.6       1,516.3      -7.5       297    1,446       8.6       26
Placer, CA...............          14.3         168.8      -3.7       111    1,250       8.9       25
Riverside, CA............          72.8         744.2      -3.5       100      993       6.3       79
Sacramento, CA...........          64.3         654.9      -4.8       168    1,331       5.3      112
San Bernardino, CA.......          66.9         773.1      -2.1        49    1,002       3.6      198
San Diego, CA............         119.5       1,389.3       (5)        -     1,430       8.5       29
San Francisco, CA........          61.7         663.5     -12.0       328    3,721      33.9        1
San Joaquin, CA..........          19.3         255.1      -1.6        36      999       5.9       89
San Luis Obispo, CA......          10.8         112.3      -5.2       193    1,046       8.1       36

San Mateo, CA............          29.4         387.7      -7.3       290    3,585      22.1        2
Santa Barbara, CA........          16.1         203.3       (5)        -     1,136       (5)       -
Santa Clara, CA..........          76.1       1,046.9      -6.6       262    3,505      20.7        4
Santa Cruz, CA...........           9.8          96.5       (5)        -     1,140       (5)       -
Solano, CA...............          12.0         128.9      -7.7       304    1,235       5.1      120
Sonoma, CA...............          20.3         192.4      -8.4       315    1,298      14.1        7
Stanislaus, CA...........          16.6         183.7      -4.5       155    1,051       7.8       42
Tulare, CA...............          12.2         153.2      -5.2       193      860       4.9      129
Ventura, CA..............          28.5         310.6      -6.0       236    1,263       6.0       86
Yolo, CA.................           7.4         109.9       (5)        -     1,177       (5)       -

Adams, CO................          12.6         223.5      -1.4        30    1,140       1.2      296
Arapahoe, CO.............          24.1         321.1      -3.0        84    1,539       2.9      237
Boulder, CO..............          17.2         181.0      -4.0       129    1,562       7.1       56
Denver, CO...............          37.6         498.7      -6.3       248    1,753       7.6       46
Douglas, CO..............          13.8         130.8      -0.1        12    1,465       4.2      167
El Paso, CO..............          22.4         279.3      -1.8        40    1,087       4.6      145
Jefferson, CO............          22.3         231.1      -3.4        95    1,284       3.7      191
Larimer, CO..............          13.6         158.7      -3.5       100    1,145       5.8       91
Weld, CO.................           8.4         104.4      -7.3       290    1,083      -7.2      335
Fairfield, CT............          38.1         382.9      -5.6       216    2,220       8.2       33

Hartford, CT.............          30.2         477.9      -5.9       228    1,528       0.5      308
New Haven, CT............          26.0         348.2      -4.5       155    1,205       5.1      120
New London, CT...........           8.0         107.1      -9.3       323    1,320       7.7       43
New Castle, DE...........          21.6         274.6      -5.0       186    1,445       1.8      279
Sussex, DE...............           7.9          78.1      -2.0        46      856       2.3      258
Washington, DC...........          43.9         708.0      -9.0       319    2,165       8.6       26
Alachua, FL..............           7.7         131.7      -2.2        53      973      -1.0      321
Brevard, FL..............          17.4         222.5      -0.8        18    1,046       1.1      297
Broward, FL..............          77.8         781.8      -5.0       186    1,155       5.4      108
Collier, FL..............          16.5         152.2      -3.7       111    1,063       6.9       62

Duval, FL................          32.5         519.1      -1.2        25    1,191       3.7      191
Escambia, FL.............           8.9         136.1      -3.4        95      954       2.5      250
Hillsborough, FL.........          49.8         701.0      -2.6        70    1,211       3.6      198
Lake, FL.................           9.5         102.0      -1.4        30      792       4.6      145
Lee, FL..................          25.5         272.1      -2.5        63      937       2.4      254
Leon, FL.................           9.5         147.7      -3.2        93      934       4.1      170
Manatee, FL..............          12.8         128.3      -4.9       180      897       3.3      218
Marion, FL...............           9.3         107.2      -1.2        25      789       4.6      145
Miami-Dade, FL...........         112.4       1,093.8      -6.3       248    1,231       6.3       79
Okaloosa, FL.............           7.0          86.6       0.2         8      979       3.6      198

Orange, FL...............          49.5         774.2     -11.4       327    1,110       7.0       58
Osceola, FL..............           8.6          94.8      -7.2       287      784       3.6      198
Palm Beach, FL...........          63.7         596.1      -4.6       162    1,257       6.9       62
Pasco, FL................          12.6         125.2       0.8         6      816       2.9      237
Pinellas, FL.............          37.0         433.5      -1.9        42    1,026       2.0      272
Polk, FL.................          15.6         243.7       (5)        -       882       (5)       -
St. Johns, FL............           9.0          82.7       0.0        10      981       3.9      183
St. Lucie, FL............           7.6          81.5      -0.1        12      851       3.4      213
Sarasota, FL.............          17.8         172.2      -1.0        20      993       4.4      158
Seminole, FL.............          16.7         196.4      -2.0        46    1,050       4.6      145

Volusia, FL..............          15.9         176.4       (5)        -       878       (5)       -
Bibb, GA.................           4.7          79.8      -3.8       117      947       8.0       39
Chatham, GA..............           9.2         156.5      -3.1        89      958       1.8      279
Clayton, GA..............           4.6         110.5      -9.0       319    1,158     -14.2      336
Cobb, GA.................          25.0         360.2      -2.9        78    1,335       5.3      112
DeKalb, GA...............          20.6         288.4      -4.1       135    1,261       2.3      258
Fulton, GA...............          50.7         856.8      -5.3       198    1,915       6.4       77
Gwinnett, GA.............          29.3         351.2      -2.5        63    1,122       4.1      170
Hall, GA.................           5.1          90.0      -1.0        20      982       4.0      178
Muscogee, GA.............           4.9          91.1      -4.8       168      998       4.3      165

Richmond, GA.............           4.9         101.8      -3.1        89      960       3.0      232
Honolulu, HI.............          28.3         405.6     -13.4       331    1,147       6.0       86
Ada, ID..................          19.2         257.4       0.2         8    1,068       5.4      108
Champaign, IL............           4.2          89.6      -2.4        59    1,061       7.7       43
Cook, IL.................         141.0       2,361.8      -8.0       309    1,627       8.3       31
DuPage, IL...............          34.9         570.9      -5.7       221    1,414       3.7      191
Kane, IL.................          12.8         193.4      -6.6       262    1,033       6.8       66
Lake, IL.................          20.4         313.7      -4.8       168    1,898       7.4       49
McHenry, IL..............           7.9          90.2      -3.6       107      918       6.7       68
McLean, IL...............           3.3          77.3      -5.4       206    1,325       4.4      158

Madison, IL..............           5.4         101.1      -1.5        33      904       4.9      129
Peoria, IL...............           4.1          97.5      -5.1       189    1,276      -2.4      330
St. Clair, IL............           5.1          86.2      -4.9       180      929       7.3       51
Sangamon, IL.............           4.8         123.5      -2.7        71    1,140       2.8      243
Will, IL.................          15.6         240.0      -3.0        84    1,032      10.4       11
Winnebago, IL............           5.9         114.7      -6.4       256      964       1.9      276
Allen, IN................           9.4         183.4      -2.1        49      979       0.3      310
Elkhart, IN..............           4.9         136.0       4.3         2    1,118      14.8        6
Hamilton, IN.............          10.5         142.3      -1.3        28    1,210       3.9      183
Lake, IN.................          10.7         175.7      -4.9       180      981       3.3      218

Marion, IN...............          25.7         575.0      -3.5       100    1,326       4.0      178
St. Joseph, IN...........           6.0         114.4      -5.3       198      947       4.8      136
Tippecanoe, IN...........           3.7          82.5      -3.7       111      959      -2.1      329
Vanderburgh, IN..........           4.9         103.0      -3.1        89      942       3.0      232
Johnson, IA..............           4.5          78.6      -5.1       189    1,080       4.9      129
Linn, IA.................           7.2         122.5      -5.4       206    1,115      -1.2      323
Polk, IA.................          18.5         289.2      -2.9        78    1,278       3.3      218
Scott, IA................           5.8          83.7      -5.5       211      938       2.1      267
Johnson, KS..............          25.1         339.6      -2.9        78    1,244       3.7      191
Sedgwick, KS.............          12.9         241.8      -5.9       228      978      -3.3      333

Shawnee, KS..............           5.2          94.0      -1.7        37      968       1.8      279
Wyandotte, KS............           3.5          84.5      -5.7       221    1,072      -0.7      317
Boone, KY................           5.0          96.0      -0.3        14      936      -1.4      324
Fayette, KY..............          12.2         185.5      -3.7       111    1,017       3.0      232
Jefferson, KY............          27.7         452.0      -3.0        84    1,215       3.4      213
Caddo, LA................           7.5         103.8      -4.5       155      898       2.0      272
Calcasieu, LA............           5.7          82.9     -14.9       335    1,038       2.6      247
East Baton Rouge, LA.....          17.4         249.3      -4.8       168    1,069      -0.6      316
Jefferson, LA............          14.9         178.7      -4.7       164    1,018       3.8      187
Lafayette, LA............          10.6         124.0      -4.8       168      909      -1.5      325

Orleans, LA..............          14.8         167.9     -14.7       333    1,187      10.3       13
St. Tammany, LA..........           9.3          88.1      -1.1        23      958       3.3      218
Cumberland, ME...........          14.8         174.3      -4.8       168    1,205       6.4       77
Anne Arundel, MD.........          15.4         255.4      -6.1       243    1,319       7.0       58
Baltimore, MD............          21.1         348.3      -6.7       269    1,287      10.2       15
Frederick, MD............           6.6          97.5      -6.0       236    1,117       4.5      152
Harford, MD..............           5.8          89.4      -4.1       135    1,132       3.8      187
Howard, MD...............          10.1         160.7      -6.8       274    1,559       7.3       51
Montgomery, MD...........          32.6         437.8      -6.3       248    1,938      17.1        5
Prince George's, MD......          16.3         296.3      -7.0       280    1,218       6.2       81

Baltimore City, MD.......          13.5         326.6      -5.3       198    1,405       3.1      228
Barnstable, MA...........           9.7          80.7      -5.9       228    1,038       4.6      145
Bristol, MA..............          18.1         210.2      -6.6       262    1,076       6.6       70
Essex, MA................          28.6         299.0      -6.7       269    1,350       8.1       36
Hampden, MA..............          19.4         195.4      -6.3       248    1,028       0.6      306
Middlesex, MA............          58.7         871.3      -5.9       228    2,107       9.3       22
Norfolk, MA..............          26.1         320.5      -7.4       293    1,462       6.9       62
Plymouth, MA.............          16.8         179.2      -5.8       225    1,162       4.9      129
Suffolk, MA..............          32.8         642.6      -8.7       317    2,545       8.6       26
Worcester, MA............          27.3         327.2      -6.5       260    1,235       7.3       51

Genesee, MI..............           7.2         122.8      -6.3       248      939       2.0      272
Ingham, MI...............           6.5         140.2      -8.1       312    1,137       5.0      127
Kalamazoo, MI............           5.8         114.2      -6.3       248    1,122       5.9       89
Kent, MI.................          16.3         376.7      -7.9       307    1,055       5.5      104
Macomb, MI...............          19.0         309.7      -5.6       216    1,187       7.1       56
Oakland, MI..............          42.5         679.6      -6.9       276    1,334       4.5      152
Ottawa, MI...............           6.3         122.0      -4.7       164      973       2.2      263
Saginaw, MI..............           4.0          75.4      -7.5       297      949       3.8      187
Washtenaw, MI............           9.3         203.6      -7.1       283    1,271       5.3      112
Wayne, MI................          35.0         676.6      -6.6       262    1,299       1.3      295

Anoka, MN................           8.1         120.6      -4.5       155    1,070       4.4      158
Dakota, MN...............          11.1         175.3      -5.5       211    1,217       2.4      254
Hennepin, MN.............          44.9         861.9      -6.9       276    1,668       5.3      112
Olmsted, MN..............           3.9          96.9      -3.5       100    1,314       5.7       98
Ramsey, MN...............          14.6         307.0      -6.4       256    1,383       2.4      254
St. Louis, MN............           5.5          88.7      -7.2       287      969       4.5      152
Stearns, MN..............           4.4          80.7      -5.1       189    1,030       4.1      170
Washington, MN...........           6.4          85.4      -3.5       100    1,024       7.0       58
Harrison, MS.............           4.7          82.8      -4.8       168      792       4.1      170
Hinds, MS................           5.5         111.8      -3.9       125      949      -0.1      314

Boone, MO................           5.0          93.9      -0.6        17    1,005      10.4       11
Clay, MO.................           6.2         103.6      -1.7        37      972      -2.6      331
Greene, MO...............           9.9         166.6      -2.4        59      916       6.6       70
Jackson, MO..............          23.9         356.0      -4.3       145    1,212       4.8      136
St. Charles, MO..........          10.2         151.8      -2.0        46    1,017       2.3      258
St. Louis, MO............          42.9         569.4      -5.4       206    1,302       3.1      228
St. Louis City, MO.......          15.7         211.6      -6.3       248    1,377       4.6      145
Yellowstone, MT..........           6.6          80.9      -1.0        20      984       2.9      237
Douglas, NE..............          19.3         325.3      -3.8       117    1,141       3.4      213
Lancaster, NE............          10.1         164.1      -4.2       141      951       3.7      191

Clark, NV................          57.0         903.8     -12.1       329    1,050       3.2      223
Washoe, NV...............          15.0         215.5      -4.3       145    1,091       6.1       83
Hillsborough, NH.........          12.5         193.9      -4.8       168    1,311       0.0      313
Rockingham, NH...........          11.4         142.1      -4.9       180    1,226       6.8       66
Atlantic, NJ.............           6.9         110.7     -12.2       330    1,001       6.6       70
Bergen, NJ...............          34.7         402.8      -7.7       304    1,439       5.0      127
Burlington, NJ...........          11.7         194.1      -3.4        95    1,268       3.8      187
Camden, NJ...............          12.9         190.0      -6.2       245    1,172       4.7      141
Essex, NJ................          22.2         308.5      -9.9       326    1,612       2.3      258
Gloucester, NJ...........           6.8         111.7      -2.7        71      954       2.5      250

Hudson, NJ...............          17.1         250.7      -7.0       280    1,959       9.3       22
Mercer, NJ...............          11.8         248.0      -4.3       145    1,793       5.8       91
Middlesex, NJ............          23.7         406.3      -4.0       129    1,452       4.2      167
Monmouth, NJ.............          21.1         243.9      -6.2       245    1,222       4.7      141
Morris, NJ...............          17.7         273.3      -6.3       248    2,128       1.5      291
Ocean, NJ................          14.5         161.1      -3.6       107      947       5.5      104
Passaic, NJ..............          13.5         152.0      -8.5       316    1,131       5.1      120
Somerset, NJ.............          10.6         176.3      -5.6       216    2,306       6.5       75
Union, NJ................          15.6         213.6      -5.9       228    1,594       3.2      223
Bernalillo, NM...........          21.1         314.7      -5.8       225    1,013       4.1      170

Albany, NY...............          10.4         215.7      -7.4       293    1,315      11.0       10
Bronx, NY................          19.4         301.2      -6.9       276    1,143       3.5      208
Broome, NY...............           4.3          77.3      -7.6       300      964       3.5      208
Dutchess, NY.............           8.5         103.2      -7.5       297    1,140       4.9      129
Erie, NY.................          24.6         426.8      -8.0       309    1,093       4.4      158
Kings, NY................          67.1         753.8      -6.4       256    1,014       4.4      158
Monroe, NY...............          18.9         354.9      -7.6       300    1,103       5.1      120
Nassau, NY...............          54.6         576.4      -7.1       283    1,348       7.3       51
New York, NY.............         128.8       2,125.3     -14.7       333    3,967      21.0        3
Oneida, NY...............           5.3          96.8      -7.4       293      935       4.0      178

Onondaga, NY.............          12.7         226.6      -7.1       283    1,105       4.9      129
Orange, NY...............          10.9         137.8      -6.6       262    1,019       5.3      112
Queens, NY...............          54.3         642.6      -9.2       321    1,144       3.2      223
Richmond, NY.............          10.2         123.3      -5.5       211    1,082       5.6      103
Rockland, NY.............          11.3         121.7      -4.4       151    1,137       5.4      108
Saratoga, NY.............           6.1          82.1      -6.0       236    1,151      10.0       17
Suffolk, NY..............          54.1         610.3      -5.6       216    1,269       5.8       91
Westchester, NY..........          36.3         388.4      -8.0       309    1,711       2.2      263
Buncombe, NC.............          10.5         126.5      -4.9       180      900       3.6      198
Catawba, NC..............           4.6          85.1      -2.4        59      896       4.8      136

Cumberland, NC...........           6.6         117.2      -2.9        78      869       4.4      158
Durham, NC...............           9.3         217.6      -1.2        25    1,627       4.4      158
Forsyth, NC..............           9.7         184.1      -3.4        95    1,141       4.8      136
Guilford, NC.............          15.2         276.6      -3.0        84    1,027       2.5      250
Mecklenburg, NC..........          42.0         703.8      -2.7        71    1,631       1.8      279
New Hanover, NC..........           9.1         115.8      -1.9        42    1,042      12.6        8
Wake, NC.................          39.7         564.6      -1.4        30    1,319       5.4      108
Cass, ND.................           7.7         116.5      -2.5        63    1,080       5.8       91
Butler, OH...............           8.2         148.3      -4.4       151    1,062       0.9      300
Cuyahoga, OH.............          37.2         678.0      -5.4       206    1,263       3.5      208

Delaware, OH.............           6.1          85.8      -2.5        63    1,306       1.5      291
Franklin, OH.............          35.5         728.0      -3.8       117    1,256       2.9      237
Hamilton, OH.............          25.1         487.0      -5.2       193    1,369       4.3      165
Lake, OH.................           6.4          89.5      -5.5       211      962       1.9      276
Lorain, OH...............           6.4          91.4      -4.5       155      892       2.3      258
Lucas, OH................          10.4         192.2      -5.8       225    1,047       1.1      297
Mahoning, OH.............           5.9          90.3      -5.3       198      820       4.7      141
Montgomery, OH...........          12.4         237.8      -5.7       221    1,010       1.9      276
Stark, OH................           8.8         149.9      -4.2       141      890       5.1      120
Summit, OH...............          14.9         249.9      -5.4       206    1,083       6.1       83

Warren, OH...............           5.6          94.2      -2.9        78    1,148       4.2      167
Cleveland, OK............           6.3          86.1       1.3         5      797       0.9      300
Oklahoma, OK.............          29.2         442.2      -4.2       141    1,075      -0.2      315
Tulsa, OK................          23.2         342.6      -5.0       186    1,051      -1.9      327
Clackamas, OR............          16.5         161.0      -5.1       189    1,155       5.8       91
Deschutes, OR............          10.3          83.3      -2.9        78    1,018       8.2       33
Jackson, OR..............           8.1          87.2      -3.8       117      948      10.0       17
Lane, OR.................          13.4         147.5      -6.6       262      953       8.3       31
Marion, OR...............          12.0         153.3      -2.5        63    1,008       7.0       58
Multnomah, OR............          39.0         471.8      -9.2       321    1,353       8.0       39

Washington, OR...........          21.5         287.1      -4.6       162    1,583       3.9      183
Allegheny, PA............          36.4         636.1      -6.7       269    1,368       4.7      141
Berks, PA................           8.9         161.7      -6.1       243    1,049       2.5      250
Bucks, PA................          20.6         247.2      -5.3       198    1,091       4.1      170
Butler, PA...............           5.2          81.0      -6.5       260    1,056       0.9      300
Chester, PA..............          16.0         234.8      -4.8       168    1,651       8.1       36
Cumberland, PA...........           6.7         131.2      -3.8       117    1,066       1.8      279
Dauphin, PA..............           7.5         173.9      -4.9       180    1,190       3.6      198
Delaware, PA.............          14.3         208.7      -6.2       245    1,317       6.0       86
Erie, PA.................           6.9         111.9      -7.1       283      870       2.2      263

Lackawanna, PA...........           5.6          90.2      -5.6       216      887       4.5      152
Lancaster, PA............          14.0         234.4      -4.4       151      974       3.5      208
Lehigh, PA...............           8.9         186.4      -3.7       111    1,128       0.4      309
Luzerne, PA..............           7.5         134.4      -7.4       293      933       5.5      104
Montgomery, PA...........          28.5         481.7      -4.8       168    1,683       5.1      120
Northampton, PA..........           6.9         113.3      -5.2       193    1,000       2.7      244
Philadelphia, PA.........          35.3         635.9      -9.6       325    1,411       1.4      294
Washington, PA...........           5.6          80.0      -7.9       307    1,461      10.3       13
Westmoreland, PA.........           9.2         123.5      -6.0       236      927       1.8      279
York, PA.................           9.2         170.7      -4.3       145    1,006       4.1      170

Providence, RI...........          19.6         267.3      -6.6       262    1,210       2.1      267
Charleston, SC...........          18.2         244.7      -4.8       168    1,078       6.9       62
Greenville, SC...........          16.5         269.2      -2.2        53    1,009       3.7      191
Horry, SC................          10.3         124.0      -4.1       135      718       5.7       98
Lexington, SC............           7.6         119.6      -1.5        33      888       2.7      244
Richland, SC.............          11.1         215.4      -2.7        71    1,020       3.2      223
Spartanburg, SC..........           7.0         146.8      -2.8        76      932       0.6      306
York, SC.................           7.1          98.4      -2.2        53    1,017       2.1      267
Minnehaha, SD............           8.2         125.1      -1.9        42    1,044       2.7      244
Davidson, TN.............          27.2         484.6      -5.3       198    1,378       7.7       43

Hamilton, TN.............          11.1         199.8      -3.7       111    1,067       3.5      208
Knox, TN.................          14.0         235.7      -2.1        49    1,049       6.2       81
Rutherford, TN...........           6.7         133.5      -0.3        14      968       1.8      279
Shelby, TN...............          22.2         477.3      -3.5       100    1,181       5.8       91
Williamson, TN...........          10.8         139.7      -0.3        14    1,562       7.9       41
Bell, TX.................           6.0         119.5      -1.9        42      963       4.6      145
Bexar, TX................          44.1         837.1      -4.1       135    1,094       2.6      247
Brazoria, TX.............           6.4         109.8      -7.0       280    1,150      -2.7      332
Brazos, TX...............           5.0         106.8      -2.8        76      872       3.6      198
Cameron, TX..............           6.7         142.8      -2.7        71      685       3.2      223

Collin, TX...............          30.4         444.8      -1.1        23    1,522       4.0      178
Dallas, TX...............          82.4       1,685.9      -2.5        63    1,547       3.3      218
Denton, TX...............          17.9         269.8       0.6         7    1,069       3.6      198
El Paso, TX..............          16.1         302.3      -4.0       129      812       4.1      170
Fort Bend, TX............          16.1         194.3      -2.5        63    1,032      -1.9      327
Galveston, TX............           6.6         108.6      -3.9       125    1,030      -0.9      320
Harris, TX...............         122.1       2,217.7      -5.9       228    1,518      -1.7      326
Hidalgo, TX..............          13.1         261.4      -3.8       117      693       2.1      267
Jefferson, TX............           5.9         111.0      -8.9       318    1,134      -1.0      321
Lubbock, TX..............           8.0         140.2      -0.9        19      866       0.1      312

McLennan, TX.............           5.7         111.5      -2.1        49      943       1.8      279
Midland, TX..............           6.2          93.8     -14.2       332    1,644       2.6      247
Montgomery, TX...........          13.4         191.8      -3.4        95    1,249      -6.2      334
Nueces, TX...............           8.4         151.4      -6.7       269      957      -0.8      319
Smith, TX................           6.5         103.0      -2.2        53      914       1.1      297
Tarrant, TX..............          47.9         895.4      -3.5       100    1,187       0.9      300
Travis, TX...............          47.7         776.6      -2.4        59    1,595       9.3       22
Webb, TX.................           5.7          96.9      -6.0       236      740       1.8      279
Williamson, TX...........          13.3         186.0      -1.3        28    1,476       9.6       21
Davis, UT................           9.5         134.8       2.0         3      959       3.9      183

Salt Lake, UT............          53.5         723.5       0.0        10    1,234       4.0      178
Utah, UT.................          19.5         263.2       6.1         1    1,062       7.4       49
Weber, UT................           6.8         110.1       1.6         4      869       0.8      304
Chittenden, VT...........           7.6          94.7      -5.3       198    1,192       4.9      129
Arlington, VA............           9.4         170.2      -8.3       314    2,077       3.0      232
Chesterfield, VA.........           9.6         131.8      -3.8       117      992       2.1      267
Fairfax, VA..............          37.6         594.5      -3.8       117    1,981       3.1      228
Henrico, VA..............          12.0         181.0      -5.2       193    1,221       3.7      191
Loudoun, VA..............          13.3         166.8      -5.3       198    1,419       5.1      120
Prince William, VA.......           9.8         126.5      -4.0       129    1,025       5.2      117

Alexandria City, VA......           6.3          82.3      -7.2       287    1,575       4.8      136
Chesapeake City, VA......           6.4          99.6      -4.8       168      951       6.6       70
Newport News City, VA....           4.1         100.5      -3.9       125    1,080       1.8      279
Norfolk City, VA.........           6.1         131.9      -5.9       228    1,177       5.5      104
Richmond City, VA........           8.2         147.0      -6.8       274    1,460       7.6       46
Virginia Beach City, VA..          12.7         167.6      -4.5       155      914       5.7       98
Benton, WA...............           6.3          87.0      -4.3       145    1,172       3.1      228
Clark, WA................          16.5         160.4      -3.0        84    1,214      10.0       17
King, WA.................          93.3       1,347.3      -5.9       228    2,152      11.9        9
Kitsap, WA...............           7.3          86.5      -6.0       236    1,118       6.1       83

Pierce, WA...............          24.6         306.1      -4.4       151    1,113       5.2      117
Snohomish, WA............          22.8         268.6      -8.1       312    1,324       4.5      152
Spokane, WA..............          17.5         219.0      -4.7       164    1,063       7.5       48
Thurston, WA.............           9.1         114.6      -3.6       107    1,161       8.4       30
Whatcom, WA..............           7.8          85.0      -7.3       290    1,044       5.7       98
Yakima, WA...............           8.2         107.3      -3.6       107      822       2.4      254
Kanawha, WV..............           5.6          89.5      -5.7       221      982       0.2      311
Brown, WI................           7.2         149.5      -4.0       129    1,044       1.5      291
Dane, WI.................          16.6         328.5      -4.3       145    1,261       6.5       75
Milwaukee, WI............          27.8         448.8      -6.4       256    1,171       3.4      213

Outagamie, WI............           5.7         101.8      -5.5       211    1,006       5.8       91
Waukesha, WI.............          13.8         231.9      -4.2       141    1,221       4.5      152
Winnebago, WI............           4.0          89.4      -3.3        94    1,070       1.6      289
San Juan, PR.............          11.2         228.0      -5.7       (6)      692       3.3      (6)

(1) Includes areas not officially designated as counties. See Technical Note.
(2) Average weekly wages were calculated using unrounded data.
(3) Percent changes were computed from employment and pay data adjusted for noneconomic
county reclassifications. See Technical Note.
(4) Totals for the United States do not include data for Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands.
(5) Data do not meet BLS or state agency disclosure standards.
(6) This county was not included in the U.S. rankings.

Note: Data are preliminary. Includes workers covered by Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Unemployment
Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE) programs. These 343 U.S. counties comprise 72.3 percent of
the total covered workers in the U.S.



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