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Table 1. Covered establishments, employment, and wages in the 358 largest counties, third quarter 2020

Table 1. Covered establishments, employment, and wages in the 358 largest counties,
third quarter 2020

                                                   Employment               Average weekly wage(2)

                          Establishments,
        County(1)          third quarter                Percent    Ranking            Percent   Ranking
                                2020       September    change,      by      Third    change,     by
                            (thousands)       2020     September   percent  quarter    third    percent
                                          (thousands)  2019-20(3)  change     2020    quarter   change
                                                                                     2019-20(3)

United States(4).........      10,561.3     138,549.5      -6.8        -    $1,173       7.4       -

Baldwin, AL..............           6.7          72.8      -4.1        58      786       7.8      140
Jefferson, AL............          19.5         334.7      -5.5       125    1,112       5.3      282
Madison, AL..............          10.3         201.9      -2.1        14    1,291       7.9      131
Mobile, AL...............          10.4         162.4      -5.6       127      968       5.3      282
Montgomery, AL...........           6.5         123.2      -5.7       136      967       6.6      215
Shelby, AL...............           6.0          80.1      -5.2       105    1,082       7.2      175
Tuscaloosa, AL...........           4.7          90.0      -9.3       304      959       8.5       95
Anchorage, AK............           8.4         136.5      -9.1       292    1,227       6.8      202
Maricopa, AZ.............         113.2       1,987.7      -4.1        58    1,139       7.4      162
Pima, AZ.................          19.8         357.2      -5.7       136    1,006       7.6      152

Benton, AR...............           7.1         123.5      -0.7         4    1,078       6.1      248
Pulaski, AR..............          14.5         236.9      -5.0        94    1,031       7.2      175
Washington, AR...........           6.4         108.9      -2.2        18      918       3.3      332
Alameda, CA..............          66.9         715.9      -9.7       313    1,704      14.7        9
Butte, CA................           8.4          74.4     -10.5       332      946       9.2       67
Contra Costa, CA.........          35.0         332.9     -10.4       329    1,465      11.8       18
Fresno, CA...............          38.7         383.1      -6.5       184      932       8.9       80
Kern, CA.................          22.2         322.9      -7.6       220      971       7.5      156
Los Angeles, CA..........         521.9       3,973.9     -11.8       344    1,334       9.1       71
Marin, CA................          12.8         101.9     -11.6       343    1,564      16.9        6

Merced, CA...............           7.1          80.9      -6.0       156      913       7.9      131
Monterey, CA.............          14.5         195.9      -8.6       276    1,006       7.6      152
Napa, CA.................           6.0          70.9     -13.8       347    1,166       8.1      125
Orange, CA...............         131.0       1,461.5     -11.1       340    1,330      10.2       38
Placer, CA...............          14.3         160.1      -7.8       236    1,223      11.3       20
Riverside, CA............          72.0         707.7      -6.6       188      981       9.9       46
Sacramento, CA...........          63.7         640.2      -6.4       178    1,274       6.5      221
San Bernardino, CA.......          65.9         749.3      -3.8        49    1,004       8.2      119
San Diego, CA............         119.0       1,350.0      -9.4       305    1,332      11.1       22
San Francisco, CA........          62.0         658.6     -13.8       347    2,750      20.7        2

San Joaquin, CA..........          19.2         254.2      -2.8        31    1,017       8.2      119
San Luis Obispo, CA......          10.8         108.4      -9.1       292    1,045      10.1       42
San Mateo, CA............          29.4         376.9      -9.9       320    2,922      23.2        1
Santa Barbara, CA........          16.1         205.6      -7.0       202    1,104       8.2      119
Santa Clara, CA..........          76.3       1,031.0      -8.3       258    2,883      18.0        4
Santa Cruz, CA...........           9.9          99.3      -9.7       313    1,140      15.5        8
Solano, CA...............          12.0         130.3      -9.9       320    1,247       9.3       64
Sonoma, CA...............          20.4         191.3     -11.0       337    1,208      10.8       25
Stanislaus, CA...........          16.6         186.4      -6.0       156    1,035       9.4       61
Tulare, CA...............          12.0         156.0      -6.2       169      867       9.5       58

Ventura, CA..............          28.4         303.5      -7.9       240    1,161       9.2       67
Yolo, CA.................           7.3         103.9      -5.9       151    1,256       7.0      190
Adams, CO................          12.2         220.4      -3.3        39    1,134       4.2      316
Arapahoe, CO.............          23.6         319.5      -4.5        76    1,363       6.2      240
Boulder, CO..............          16.7         177.9      -5.8       145    1,466      -5.5      355
Denver, CO...............          36.6         483.4      -9.7       313    1,503       9.4       61
Douglas, CO..............          13.4         128.9      -1.3         6    1,281       4.5      309
El Paso, CO..............          21.8         277.3      -3.2        37    1,065       6.2      240
Jefferson, CO............          21.9         231.9      -5.3       115    1,260       9.8       49
Larimer, CO..............          13.4         158.8      -5.0        94    1,090       7.5      156

Weld, CO.................           8.3         105.3      -9.6       311    1,022      -2.7      351
Fairfield, CT............          37.4         382.6      -8.4       268    1,605       8.7       91
Hartford, CT.............          29.8         477.4      -7.1       208    1,319       5.3      282
New Haven, CT............          25.6         351.3      -5.7       136    1,178       7.9      131
New London, CT...........           7.9         108.7     -11.5       342    1,160      10.7       27
New Castle, DE...........          21.5         274.5      -6.0       156    1,281       6.8      202
Sussex, DE...............           7.8          82.0      -4.9        90      841       7.4      162
Washington, DC...........          43.3         713.7      -8.1       248    1,962       6.1      248
Alachua, FL..............           7.5         128.2      -4.8        84    1,014       7.8      140
Brevard, FL..............          16.9         214.7      -2.6        24    1,017       5.9      254

Broward, FL..............          74.9         753.6      -7.9       240    1,089       9.1       71
Collier, FL..............          15.7         139.4      -4.4        71      984       7.0      190
Duval, FL................          31.4         509.0      -3.0        35    1,073       6.7      209
Escambia, FL.............           8.7         134.6      -2.8        31      911       6.4      227
Hillsborough, FL.........          47.6         675.9      -4.8        84    1,133       8.9       80
Lake, FL.................           9.2          99.6      -2.5        23      796       7.3      168
Lee, FL..................          24.4         253.3      -4.7        82      935       9.6       56
Leon, FL.................           9.2         145.2      -4.6        78      945       4.7      302
Manatee, FL..............          12.1         121.5      -5.2       105      913       9.1       71
Marion, FL...............           9.0         104.3      -1.7         9      787       7.4      162

Miami-Dade, FL...........         108.1       1,048.5      -9.5       308    1,116       7.8      140
Okaloosa, FL.............           6.9          84.0      -2.1        14      983       9.5       58
Orange, FL...............          47.4         733.3     -15.7       350    1,056      10.6       31
Osceola, FL..............           8.1          89.5     -10.3       328      759       4.8      299
Palm Beach, FL...........          61.2         568.7      -6.3       175    1,115      10.2       38
Pasco, FL................          12.1         120.6      -2.1        14      835       7.3      168
Pinellas, FL.............          35.7         417.2      -5.2       105    1,011       8.2      119
Polk, FL.................          14.9         230.1      -0.6         3      871       5.6      266
St. Johns, FL............           8.4          78.2      -1.2         5      903       6.6      215
St. Lucie, FL............           7.3          77.8      -2.3        20      835       6.0      253

Sarasota, FL.............          17.2         162.1      -4.6        78      956       6.6      215
Seminole, FL.............          16.2         191.6      -4.4        71      990       7.1      181
Volusia, FL..............          15.4         166.4      -5.1       102      824       8.9       80
Bibb, GA.................           4.5          78.3      -5.7       136      887       5.0      294
Chatham, GA..............           8.8         150.6      -5.8       145      937       3.8      326
Clayton, GA..............           4.4         110.2     -11.1       340    1,225      11.2       21
Cobb, GA.................          24.0         351.0      -6.6       188    1,221       6.3      233
DeKalb, GA...............          19.4         282.6      -6.4       178    1,172       7.1      181
Forsyth, GA..............           6.5          74.5      -3.3        39      994       3.1      337
Fulton, GA...............          48.2         824.3      -8.3       258    1,521       7.4      162

Gwinnett, GA.............          27.7         342.8      -5.6       127    1,073       6.3      233
Hall, GA.................           4.9          87.7      -2.8        31      952       4.7      302
Muscogee, GA.............           4.7          89.4      -5.4       120      870       2.8      340
Richmond, GA.............           4.7          99.5      -4.3        68      973       5.4      276
Honolulu, HI.............          27.7         370.5     -20.7       354    1,167      10.2       38
Maui + Kalawao, HI.......           6.9          52.2     -35.4       357      971       7.1      181
Ada, ID..................          18.2         251.6      -1.5         7    1,022       5.4      276
Champaign, IL............           4.1          89.8      -2.7        29    1,033       9.1       71
Cook, IL.................         140.2       2,367.3      -9.8       319    1,332       7.0      190
DuPage, IL...............          34.8         567.2      -8.3       258    1,305       7.1      181

Kane, IL.................          12.8         194.5      -9.4       305    1,025       8.5       95
Lake, IL.................          20.3         319.2      -7.0       202    1,382       6.3      233
McHenry, IL..............           7.9          91.5      -7.3       215      926      10.1       42
McLean, IL...............           3.3          76.9      -6.5       184    1,116      13.1       14
Madison, IL..............           5.4         100.1      -5.2       105      876       5.8      259
Peoria, IL...............           4.2          97.3      -7.0       202    1,192      11.0       23
St. Clair, IL............           5.0          85.7      -7.7       226      926       8.8       84
Sangamon, IL.............           4.8         122.9      -5.0        94    1,126      -3.8      353
Will, IL.................          15.3         240.6      -5.1       102      979       6.2      240
Winnebago, IL............           5.9         115.4      -8.1       248      964       5.0      294

Allen, IN................           9.2         183.6      -4.2        64      930       5.9      254
Elkhart, IN..............           4.8         129.1      -2.6        24      996      11.9       17
Hamilton, IN.............          10.2         140.8      -2.6        24    1,082       6.3      233
Lake, IN.................          10.6         177.2      -6.7       194      945       2.4      343
Marion, IN...............          25.1         567.1      -6.4       178    1,153       5.0      294
St. Joseph, IN...........           5.9         114.5      -7.2       212      933       3.3      332
Tippecanoe, IN...........           3.6          82.6      -5.7       136      973       5.5      271
Vanderburgh, IN..........           4.9         102.2      -6.1       165      940       6.5      221
Johnson, IA..............           4.5          78.2      -6.2       169    1,099       8.3      111
Linn, IA.................           7.1         121.6      -8.1       248    1,067       5.6      266

Polk, IA.................          18.4         287.0      -5.4       120    1,157       6.9      196
Scott, IA................           5.8          84.3      -7.6       220      948       6.3      233
Johnson, KS..............          24.2         335.7      -4.8        84    1,183      10.3       35
Sedgwick, KS.............          12.8         239.6      -7.0       202      919       2.7      341
Shawnee, KS..............           5.1          92.2      -3.5        44      919       5.9      254
Wyandotte, KS............           3.5          88.3      -3.8        49    1,054       1.9      344
Boone, KY................           4.8          93.2      -2.2        18      962       5.4      276
Fayette, KY..............          11.8         182.7      -7.2       212    1,001       6.7      209
Jefferson, KY............          27.0         443.5      -6.1       165    1,099       6.1      248
Caddo, LA................           7.5         101.7      -7.9       240      923       8.1      125

Calcasieu, LA............           5.6          75.8     -24.1       356    1,029       5.3      282
East Baton Rouge, LA.....          17.1         243.7      -8.2       254    1,071       6.1      248
Jefferson, LA............          14.7         172.2      -8.5       271      999       5.7      263
Lafayette, LA............          10.5         121.3      -7.9       240      928       0.5      349
Orleans, LA..............          14.3         159.5     -20.0       352    1,165      17.3        5
St. Tammany, LA..........           9.1          84.8      -5.9       151      938       4.6      307
Cumberland, ME...........          14.1         175.2      -7.6       220    1,105       9.7       52
Anne Arundel, MD.........          15.4         255.3      -8.6       276    1,269      10.7       27
Baltimore, MD............          20.9         345.7      -8.7       282    1,163       9.7       52
Frederick, MD............           6.5          97.2      -8.3       258    1,093       8.4      103

Harford, MD..............           5.9          89.3      -6.6       188    1,141       7.8      140
Howard, MD...............          10.0         159.9      -9.6       311    1,518      14.7        9
Montgomery, MD...........          32.6         436.7      -7.8       236    1,540       9.8       49
Prince George's, MD......          16.2         290.6      -9.4       305    1,230       6.8      202
Baltimore City, MD.......          13.6         324.7      -6.0       156    1,340       8.3      111
Barnstable, MA...........           9.6          92.3     -10.1       324    1,012      10.7       27
Bristol, MA..............          18.0         211.2      -8.4       268    1,052       8.3      111
Essex, MA................          27.8         298.9      -9.2       297    1,250       8.4      103
Hampden, MA..............          18.9         192.1     -10.6       334    1,037       9.6       56
Middlesex, MA............          57.5         859.9      -8.6       276    1,788      10.0       45

Norfolk, MA..............          25.8         315.0     -10.7       335    1,326       9.0       75
Plymouth, MA.............          16.6         179.9      -9.5       308    1,115       7.7      149
Suffolk, MA..............          32.4         634.1     -10.4       329    1,942       9.3       64
Worcester, MA............          26.7         324.4      -8.5       271    1,167      10.1       42
Genesee, MI..............           7.2         124.3      -8.4       268      934       8.0      130
Ingham, MI...............           6.5         140.8      -9.2       297    1,086       8.8       84
Kalamazoo, MI............           5.8         113.5      -7.3       215    1,052       6.5      221
Kent, MI.................          16.3         370.0      -9.0       287    1,036       7.8      140
Macomb, MI...............          19.1         305.3      -9.0       287    1,107       5.7      263
Oakland, MI..............          42.8         679.6      -9.1       292    1,256       8.3      111

Ottawa, MI...............           6.3         123.4      -5.4       120      952       3.3      332
Saginaw, MI..............           4.0          77.2      -9.0       287      936       8.6       92
Washtenaw, MI............           9.3         202.7      -8.5       271    1,277       8.5       95
Wayne, MI................          35.3         674.5      -8.3       258    1,240       7.4      162
Anoka, MN................           7.9         121.5      -6.8       199    1,126       3.6      328
Dakota, MN...............          10.8         177.0      -7.7       226    1,139       8.1      125
Hennepin, MN.............          41.7         849.9      -9.7       313    1,447       9.0       75
Olmsted, MN..............           3.8          96.7      -3.6        47    1,224      -4.4      354
Ramsey, MN...............          14.3         305.6      -9.2       297    1,263       5.5      271
St. Louis, MN............           5.4          90.1      -8.1       248      947       3.5      329

Stearns, MN..............           4.4          81.6      -6.1       165    1,010       6.9      196
Washington, MN...........           6.2          84.5      -5.0        94      944       4.2      316
Harrison, MS.............           4.6          81.5      -6.3       175      787       9.5       58
Hinds, MS................           5.6         113.4      -5.2       105      945       4.7      302
Boone, MO................           5.0          91.2      -4.4        71    1,006      12.3       16
Clay, MO.................           6.1         102.3      -3.9        51      998       8.4      103
Greene, MO...............           9.7         164.6      -3.5        44      896       6.8      202
Jackson, MO..............          23.4         351.8      -6.3       175    1,132       5.7      263
St. Charles, MO..........          10.2         150.7      -2.1        14      920       6.7      209
St. Louis, MO............          42.5         566.0      -7.1       208    1,194       5.5      271

St. Louis City, MO.......          15.8         209.6      -9.2       297    1,211       3.2      336
Yellowstone, MT..........           6.8          81.3      -1.8        12      963       4.8      299
Douglas, NE..............          19.5         324.5      -5.0        94    1,098       7.0      190
Lancaster, NE............          10.2         165.4      -5.9       151      942       7.4      162
Clark, NV................          56.5         875.9     -14.9       349    1,021       7.5      156
Washoe, NV...............          15.1         213.1      -6.5       184    1,091       8.3      111
Hillsborough, NH.........          12.5         194.2      -5.8       145    1,244       8.6       92
Merrimack, NH............           5.3          73.9      -5.2       105    1,096       7.7      149
Rockingham, NH...........          11.4         145.3      -5.2       105    1,118       7.3      168
Atlantic, NJ.............           6.8         113.7     -13.7       346      955       8.4      103

Bergen, NJ...............          34.2         395.4     -11.0       337    1,371      10.7       27
Burlington, NJ...........          11.5         190.2      -6.0       156    1,218      10.4       33
Camden, NJ...............          12.6         187.6      -8.3       258    1,127       8.2      119
Essex, NJ................          21.7         306.1     -11.0       337    1,420       6.9      196
Gloucester, NJ...........           6.6         109.0      -5.0        94      951       6.9      196
Hudson, NJ...............          16.4         245.6      -9.9       320    1,513       8.8       84
Mercer, NJ...............          11.6         246.5      -5.6       127    1,393       6.8      202
Middlesex, NJ............          23.2         400.0      -6.4       178    1,321       8.5       95
Monmouth, NJ.............          20.8         245.3      -7.8       236    1,173      13.7       12
Morris, NJ...............          17.5         270.6      -8.3       258    1,651       7.9      131

Ocean, NJ................          14.2         163.8      -6.0       156      938      10.9       24
Passaic, NJ..............          13.1         150.2     -10.4       329    1,107      10.6       31
Somerset, NJ.............          10.6         175.1      -7.9       240    1,672      10.2       38
Union, NJ................          15.2         210.4      -9.1       292    1,403      11.4       19
Bernalillo, NM...........          20.4         311.0      -7.2       212    1,011       7.9      131
Albany, NY...............          10.4         218.8      -6.7       194    1,266      12.8       15
Bronx, NY................          19.3         299.1      -7.7       226    1,194       5.6      266
Broome, NY...............           4.3          78.1      -8.6       276      976      10.3       35
Dutchess, NY.............           8.5         103.8      -9.5       308    1,129       8.3      111
Erie, NY.................          24.6         430.8      -9.1       292    1,051       9.7       52

Kings, NY................          66.6         735.1      -9.2       297    1,028       7.3      168
Monroe, NY...............          18.9         355.8      -9.2       297    1,083       7.3      168
Nassau, NY...............          54.4         565.1     -10.1       324    1,275       9.9       46
New York, NY.............         130.0       2,110.1     -15.9       351    2,342      13.7       12
Oneida, NY...............           5.3          96.7      -8.2       254      906       7.9      131
Onondaga, NY.............          12.7         229.0      -8.5       271    1,081       8.8       84
Orange, NY...............          10.8         136.2      -8.8       284    1,002       9.2       67
Queens, NY...............          54.1         635.1     -12.1       345    1,154       7.1      181
Richmond, NY.............          10.1         119.7      -7.7       226    1,124       9.2       67
Rockland, NY.............          11.3         119.3      -8.9       286    1,079       7.9      131

Saratoga, NY.............           6.1          83.3      -8.2       254    1,065       8.5       95
Suffolk, NY..............          53.8         618.8      -8.3       258    1,349      16.3        7
Westchester, NY..........          36.3         387.8     -10.5       332    1,438      10.4       33
Buncombe, NC.............          10.4         122.4      -9.2       297      905       6.5      221
Cabarrus, NC.............           5.3          73.1      -5.3       115      877       8.1      125
Catawba, NC..............           4.6          84.0      -4.5        76      871       5.2      289
Cumberland, NC...........           6.6         114.3      -5.2       105      892       5.4      276
Durham, NC...............           9.3         210.5      -3.9        51    1,491       6.6      215
Forsyth, NC..............           9.8         180.8      -5.7       136    1,028       6.4      227
Guilford, NC.............          15.2         268.9      -5.9       151      989       6.6      215

Iredell, NC..............           5.9          74.7      -1.7         9    1,119      19.8        3
Mecklenburg, NC..........          42.2         681.3      -5.4       120    1,286       5.8      259
New Hanover, NC..........           9.1         113.7      -4.2        64      967      10.8       25
Pitt, NC.................           3.9          74.7      -4.2        64      950       4.7      302
Wake, NC.................          39.3         550.2      -3.3        39    1,216       7.7      149
Cass, ND.................           7.7         116.7      -3.9        51    1,058       6.5      221
Butler, OH...............           8.1         149.5      -5.7       136      996       5.6      266
Cuyahoga, OH.............          36.7         675.1      -7.7       226    1,167       7.8      140
Delaware, OH.............           5.9          85.5      -5.1       102    1,118       8.8       84
Franklin, OH.............          34.8         724.4      -5.3       115    1,175       7.1      181

Greene, OH...............           3.8          74.3      -2.8        31    1,151       7.3      168
Hamilton, OH.............          24.9         487.0      -6.9       200    1,300       9.3       64
Lake, OH.................           6.4          90.0      -7.7       226      912       0.2      350
Lorain, OH...............           6.3          92.6      -5.9       151      880       6.8      202
Lucas, OH................          10.2         194.7      -7.0       202      974       4.2      316
Mahoning, OH.............           5.9          91.2      -7.4       217      819       6.9      196
Montgomery, OH...........          12.3         240.0      -6.2       169      986       6.7      209
Stark, OH................           8.7         149.7      -6.0       156      851       5.3      282
Summit, OH...............          14.7         251.8      -5.8       145      978       5.3      282
Warren, OH...............           5.5          92.8      -4.8        84    1,219       6.6      215

Cleveland, OK............           6.1          82.9      -3.2        37      817       4.7      302
Oklahoma, OK.............          28.7         441.0      -5.7       136    1,034       3.9      324
Tulsa, OK................          22.8         339.3      -6.6       188      995       2.7      341
Clackamas, OR............          16.1         158.1      -7.7       226    1,112       6.7      209
Deschutes, OR............           9.8          83.2      -4.0        55      990       9.0       75
Jackson, OR..............           8.1          87.8      -5.3       115      908       7.1      181
Lane, OR.................          13.1         145.5      -8.3       258      943      10.3       35
Marion, OR...............          11.8         155.5      -4.1        58      983       8.3      111
Multnomah, OR............          37.5         468.4     -10.2       326    1,254       8.4      103
Washington, OR...........          21.0         284.4      -6.5       184    1,470       7.2      175

Allegheny, PA............          36.6         643.1      -8.5       271    1,234       7.8      140
Berks, PA................           8.9         160.8      -8.3       258    1,053       8.6       92
Bucks, PA................          20.5         246.3      -8.0       245    1,071       9.0       75
Butler, PA...............           5.1          82.5      -6.6       188    1,045       4.8      299
Chester, PA..............          15.9         236.7      -6.7       194    1,365       7.3      168
Cumberland, PA...........           6.7         129.2      -5.6       127    1,054       7.8      140
Dauphin, PA..............           7.5         175.5      -6.1       165    1,118       5.2      289
Delaware, PA.............          14.3         207.1      -8.8       284    1,188       8.4      103
Erie, PA.................           6.9         113.7      -8.1       248      874       7.6      152
Lackawanna, PA...........           5.6          89.7      -8.1       248      896       9.4       61

Lancaster, PA............          13.9         232.4      -5.8       145      965       6.2      240
Lehigh, PA...............           8.9         183.0      -6.6       188    1,130       8.5       95
Luzerne, PA..............           7.5         135.9      -7.6       220      906       7.1      181
Montgomery, PA...........          28.3         472.4      -7.0       202    1,402       8.8       84
Northampton, PA..........           6.9         110.4      -8.0       245      985       8.8       84
Philadelphia, PA.........          35.3         631.0     -10.9       336    1,392       7.2      175
Washington, PA...........           5.6          79.9     -10.2       326    1,102       5.2      289
Westmoreland, PA.........           9.2         124.3      -7.7       226      920       3.5      329
York, PA.................           9.2         168.9      -6.7       194      990       5.5      271
Kent, RI.................           5.6          69.8      -9.7       313    1,018       9.0       75

Providence, RI...........          19.2         266.8      -8.2       254    1,091       7.8      140
Charleston, SC...........          17.9         239.2      -7.7       226    1,047       8.5       95
Greenville, SC...........          16.1         265.2      -4.2        64      969       6.4      227
Horry, SC................          10.2         123.9      -9.0       287      721       8.9       80
Lexington, SC............           7.4         118.3      -2.7        29      887       5.3      282
Richland, SC.............          11.1         210.9      -5.6       127      971       5.8      259
Spartanburg, SC..........           7.0         144.6      -4.3        68      929       4.5      309
York, SC.................           6.9          97.2      -3.5        44      952       8.1      125
Minnehaha, SD............           8.0         125.3      -2.6        24    1,017       7.6      152
Davidson, TN.............          25.9         472.1      -9.0       287    1,237       5.0      294

Hamilton, TN.............          10.7         198.2      -4.9        90    1,037       7.2      175
Knox, TN.................          13.5         231.6      -4.1        58    1,001       6.9      196
Rutherford, TN...........           6.4         130.6      -1.7         9      995       6.1      248
Shelby, TN...............          21.8         470.4      -6.4       178    1,143       7.5      156
Williamson, TN...........          10.2         135.4      -3.9        51    1,314       4.2      316
Bell, TX.................           5.9         117.5      -3.3        39      955       4.1      321
Bexar, TX................          43.8         824.8      -6.2       169    1,036       7.5      156
Brazoria, TX.............           6.3         108.8      -7.4       217    1,100       0.8      348
Brazos, TX...............           4.9         103.6      -4.8        84      864       5.9      254
Cameron, TX..............           6.6         135.5      -4.3        68      697       5.4      276

Collin, TX...............          29.0         423.0      -4.4        71    1,358       6.4      227
Dallas, TX...............          80.6       1,653.8      -4.6        78    1,355       4.1      321
Denton, TX...............          17.0         257.3      -3.0        35    1,026       6.3      233
Ector, TX................           4.2          65.2     -20.8       355    1,094     -11.0      357
El Paso, TX..............          15.7         299.5      -5.0        94      814       6.8      202
Fort Bend, TX............          15.4         187.8      -4.7        82      995       1.8      345
Galveston, TX............           6.5         104.7      -5.2       105    1,010       5.0      294
Gregg, TX................           4.3          68.9      -9.9       320      882      -3.7      352
Harris, TX...............         119.8       2,171.8      -7.7       226    1,336       1.4      346
Hidalgo, TX..............          12.9         253.4      -4.1        58      713       4.2      316

Jefferson, TX............           5.8         111.2      -9.7       313    1,096       3.4      331
Lubbock, TX..............           8.0         136.6      -3.7        48      892       3.7      327
McLennan, TX.............           5.6         112.1      -1.6         8      947       6.2      240
Midland, TX..............           6.2          87.5     -20.1       353    1,358      -7.4      356
Montgomery, TX...........          12.9         184.5      -5.5       125    1,113       3.3      332
Nueces, TX...............           8.4         149.4      -8.6       276      950       1.2      347
Potter, TX...............           4.0          74.4      -3.4        43      944       6.2      240
Smith, TX................           6.5         101.0      -4.0        55      928       4.3      314
Tarrant, TX..............          46.6         877.1      -5.6       127    1,116       4.3      314
Travis, TX...............          45.6         745.6      -4.6        78    1,427       8.3      111

Webb, TX.................           5.6          95.4      -7.1       208      742       3.9      324
Williamson, TX...........          12.6         179.0      -2.4        21    1,236       8.4      103
Davis, UT................           9.4         135.3       0.8         2      943       8.4      103
Salt Lake, UT............          51.8         707.5      -2.4        21    1,152       6.4      227
Utah, UT.................          19.0         259.3       1.9         1      981       5.6      266
Weber, UT................           6.6         107.6      -1.9        13      880       5.8      259
Chittenden, VT...........           7.3          94.6      -8.7       282    1,132       6.2      240
Arlington, VA............           9.2         171.4      -7.5       219    1,845       4.0      323
Chesterfield, VA.........           9.5         130.6      -4.0        55      967       5.1      292
Fairfax, VA..............          37.2         592.3      -4.4        71    1,774       7.5      156

Henrico, VA..............          11.9         178.8      -6.7       194    1,083       5.5      271
Loudoun, VA..............          13.1         164.7      -6.0       156    1,335       9.7       52
Prince William, VA.......           9.7         125.3      -6.0       156    1,054       9.9       46
Alexandria City, VA......           6.3          82.6      -6.2       169    1,549       2.9      338
Chesapeake City, VA......           6.3          98.2      -4.1        58      917       7.0      190
Newport News City, VA....           4.0          98.8      -4.8        84    1,069       4.5      309
Norfolk City, VA.........           6.1         131.1      -7.1       208    1,129       5.1      292
Richmond City, VA........           8.0         145.9      -7.8       236    1,301       8.2      119
Virginia Beach City, VA..          12.5         168.6      -5.3       115      902       7.9      131
Benton, WA...............           6.2          88.6      -5.6       127    1,175       6.3      233

Clark, WA................          16.1         156.1      -5.7       136    1,148       8.5       95
King, WA.................          91.7       1,340.0      -6.9       200    2,077      14.3       11
Kitsap, WA...............           7.1          87.1      -5.6       127    1,117       9.8       49
Pierce, WA...............          24.1         300.2      -6.4       178    1,114       7.1      181
Snohomish, WA............          22.4         271.5      -7.6       220    1,243       6.2      240
Spokane, WA..............          17.2         218.1      -6.2       169    1,018       7.0      190
Thurston, WA.............           8.9         113.2      -5.6       127    1,117       7.2      175
Whatcom, WA..............           7.6          84.5      -7.6       220    1,007       7.9      131
Yakima, WA...............           8.2         119.7      -5.4       120      843       6.4      227
Kanawha, WV..............           5.6          88.7      -8.6       276      981       2.9      338

Brown, WI................           7.3         151.3      -4.9        90    1,012       6.5      221
Dane, WI.................          16.6         327.2      -5.2       105    1,124       6.7      209
Milwaukee, WI............          27.8         449.3      -8.0       245    1,053       4.4      312
Outagamie, WI............           5.7         103.3      -5.0        94      964       5.4      276
Racine, WI...............           4.8          70.9      -5.8       145      964       5.9      254
Waukesha, WI.............          13.9         234.3      -4.9        90    1,103       4.6      307
Winnebago, WI............           4.0          90.1      -2.6        24    1,015       4.4      312
San Juan, PR.............          10.8         223.6      -7.3       (5)      669       4.7      (5)

(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) 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 357 U.S. counties comprise 72.9 percent of
the total covered workers in the U.S.



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