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

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

                                                   Employment               Average weekly wage(2)

                          Establishments,
        County(1)          second quarter               Percent   Ranking            Percent   Ranking
                                2020          June      change,      by    Second    change,      by
                            (thousands)       2020       June     percent  quarter   second    percent
                                          (thousands) 2019-20(3)   change    2020    quarter    change
                                                                                   2019-20(3)

United States(4).........      10,451.0     135,114.4      -9.4        -    $1,188       8.6       -

Baldwin, AL..............           6.6          74.1      -6.7        88      782       8.6      156
Jefferson, AL............          19.3         328.8      -7.7       130    1,115       5.0      317
Madison, AL..............          10.1         198.4      -3.8        19    1,255       8.8      144
Mobile, AL...............          10.4         160.2      -6.7        88      961       6.3      275
Montgomery, AL...........           6.4         121.7      -7.9       136      936       5.9      289
Shelby, AL...............           5.9          80.0      -6.3        75    1,056       4.7      323
Tuscaloosa, AL...........           4.6          86.9     -10.3       219      908       3.2      340
Anchorage, AK............           8.3         133.9     -10.5       226    1,262      11.1       76
Maricopa, AZ.............         110.7       1,924.6      -4.6        30    1,137       7.7      209
Pima, AZ.................          19.5         350.5      -6.4        77      990       8.0      193

Benton, AR...............           7.0         121.7      -1.4         4    1,327      11.1       76
Pulaski, AR..............          14.5         233.6      -7.8       132    1,014       7.0      246
Washington, AR...........           6.4         103.7      -6.2        71      968       6.7      260
Alameda, CA..............          66.7         707.9     -10.9       241    1,648      10.2       98
Butte, CA................           8.4          74.1      -8.4       152      916       8.8      144
Contra Costa, CA.........          34.6         329.4     -12.1       269    1,486      10.7       86
Fresno, CA...............          38.5         382.4      -6.2        71      932       6.5      266
Kern, CA.................          21.9         306.9      -9.2       181      991       8.9      140
Los Angeles, CA..........         518.8       3,945.3     -12.2       272    1,333       8.9      140
Marin, CA................          12.7         100.6     -13.7       311    1,617      15.6        8

Merced, CA...............           7.0          77.8      -6.6        86      891       7.0      246
Monterey, CA.............          14.4         195.2      -8.8       167      983       6.3      275
Napa, CA.................           6.0          70.2     -14.6       320    1,186       9.2      130
Orange, CA...............         130.0       1,442.0     -12.7       285    1,334      11.4       64
Placer, CA...............          14.2         157.5      -9.4       189    1,221      13.3       22
Riverside, CA............          71.4         703.6      -8.1       143      957       8.4      167
Sacramento, CA...........          63.3         634.6      -7.4       117    1,326      11.0       83
San Bernardino, CA.......          65.1         735.2      -5.3        46      993       7.5      219
San Diego, CA............         118.2       1,325.1     -11.2       248    1,315      10.6       88
San Francisco, CA........          61.9         663.4     -12.8       288    2,643       8.6      156

San Joaquin, CA..........          19.0         248.0      -5.1        38    1,008       7.8      204
San Luis Obispo, CA......          10.8         106.3     -12.8       288    1,034       8.3      177
San Mateo, CA............          29.3         372.7     -10.6       231    2,812      18.1        4
Santa Barbara, CA........          16.0         199.7      -5.1        38    1,138       8.5      159
Santa Clara, CA..........          76.1       1,022.0      -9.1       179    3,045      16.5        6
Santa Cruz, CA...........           9.8          97.5     -12.7       285    1,136      12.9       23
Solano, CA...............          12.0         129.7     -10.0       211    1,250       7.8      204
Sonoma, CA...............          20.4         187.0     -12.0       265    1,177      10.0      102
Stanislaus, CA...........          16.6         181.0      -7.5       121    1,013       9.2      130
Tulare, CA...............          11.8         161.2      -5.0        36      850       8.7      151

Ventura, CA..............          28.3         306.5      -8.5       157    1,194      11.9       46
Yolo, CA.................           7.3         102.6      -6.9        95    1,233       8.3      177
Adams, CO................          12.1         217.2      -4.4        27    1,130       6.6      264
Arapahoe, CO.............          23.4         315.3      -6.5        81    1,349       8.3      177
Boulder, CO..............          16.4         174.2      -8.2       146    1,428       9.5      116
Denver, CO...............          35.9         475.2     -11.3       251    1,485      10.6       88
Douglas, CO..............          13.2         126.6      -5.2        42    1,324       7.5      219
El Paso, CO..............          21.4         269.3      -6.2        71    1,061       8.5      159
Jefferson, CO............          21.6         229.2      -7.4       117    1,240      10.4       94
Larimer, CO..............          13.2         155.9      -7.3       115    1,090      11.6       57

Weld, CO.................           8.2         104.7      -9.3       183    1,025       2.4      348
Fairfield, CT............          36.8         366.1     -13.7       311    1,751      11.7       52
Hartford, CT.............          29.3         459.0     -11.4       254    1,383       9.8      106
New Haven, CT............          25.2         333.0     -10.1       214    1,227      11.5       59
New London, CT...........           7.8         101.4     -18.9       348    1,236      17.3        5
New Castle, DE...........          21.3         266.4      -9.3       183    1,279       8.1      188
Sussex, DE...............           7.6          79.9     -10.5       226      872      12.4       36
Washington, DC...........          41.6         701.7     -10.0       211    1,987      11.7       52
Alachua, FL..............           7.6         124.2      -5.5        50      979       5.6      299
Brevard, FL..............          16.7         212.7      -3.2        13    1,063       6.6      264

Broward, FL..............          73.4         738.6      -9.0       176    1,084       6.8      258
Collier, FL..............          15.5         134.7      -5.5        50    1,018       7.3      229
Duval, FL................          31.3         497.0      -4.7        34    1,074       6.9      250
Escambia, FL.............           8.6         133.6      -2.8        11      893       6.1      279
Hillsborough, FL.........          46.7         663.9      -4.6        30    1,107       6.4      269
Lake, FL.................           9.0          95.0      -3.6        17      793       5.7      294
Lee, FL..................          24.0         245.8      -5.6        52      946       6.4      269
Leon, FL.................           9.1         141.1      -6.0        64      927       7.2      234
Manatee, FL..............          11.9         119.1      -5.2        42      876       4.7      323
Marion, FL...............           8.9         104.5      -2.2         6      795       5.4      309

Miami-Dade, FL...........         105.6       1,036.8      -9.3       183    1,109       5.5      302
Okaloosa, FL.............           6.8          82.1      -4.3        24    1,015       8.8      144
Orange, FL...............          46.6         688.2     -19.9       351    1,051      10.3       96
Osceola, FL..............           8.0          82.9     -14.4       316      797       5.7      294
Palm Beach, FL...........          60.1         561.6      -7.5       121    1,138       7.6      215
Pasco, FL................          11.8         113.2      -2.5         8      834       6.0      285
Pinellas, FL.............          35.1         414.7      -5.7        54    1,001       5.6      299
Polk, FL.................          14.6         220.8      -1.4         4      869       3.0      344
St. Johns, FL............           8.2          74.8      -3.4        15      911       8.1      188
St. Lucie, FL............           7.2          73.5      -3.3        14      875       3.2      340

Sarasota, FL.............          17.0         159.4      -5.2        42      941       5.5      302
Seminole, FL.............          16.1         186.9      -6.2        71    1,033       8.7      151
Volusia, FL..............          15.3         160.4      -7.0       103      855       8.4      167
Bibb, GA.................           4.5          77.7      -5.8        56      872       5.2      315
Chatham, GA..............           8.7         146.7      -9.5       190      952       6.1      279
Clayton, GA..............           4.3          97.3     -20.5       353    1,089       2.6      345
Cobb, GA.................          23.3         341.4      -8.8       167    1,179       4.9      321
DeKalb, GA...............          19.0         280.8      -7.2       111    1,175       7.2      234
Forsyth, GA..............           6.3          74.3      -4.6        30    1,015       6.4      269
Fulton, GA...............          46.9         809.3     -10.3       219    1,514       7.9      200

Gwinnett, GA.............          27.1         337.9      -6.7        88    1,056       3.6      334
Hall, GA.................           4.8          86.3      -3.7        18      964       3.5      337
Muscogee, GA.............           4.7          88.8      -6.0        64      884       7.8      204
Richmond, GA.............           4.7          97.5      -6.0        64      959       8.0      193
Honolulu, HI.............          27.7         385.0     -17.7       343    1,158      11.9       46
Maui + Kalawao, HI.......           6.8          54.6     -32.6       356      981      10.6       88
Ada, ID..................          17.6         248.5      -2.6        10    1,017       7.1      241
Champaign, IL............           4.1          85.3      -7.2       111    1,042      10.7       86
Cook, IL.................         138.4       2,297.3     -13.1       299    1,372       9.6      114
DuPage, IL...............          34.5         554.0     -12.4       277    1,290       7.4      226

Kane, IL.................          12.6         189.3     -13.1       299    1,031       8.5      159
Lake, IL.................          20.1         310.7     -11.7       260    1,500       9.7      109
McHenry, IL..............           7.8          89.4     -10.7       235      933       7.9      200
McLean, IL...............           3.3          74.4      -9.5       190    1,075      12.8       24
Madison, IL..............           5.3          96.3      -6.9        95      885       6.2      277
Peoria, IL...............           4.1          94.5     -10.8       237    1,143       7.4      226
St. Clair, IL............           5.0          81.9     -11.6       259      942      11.3       68
Sangamon, IL.............           4.8         118.9      -9.2       181    1,110       6.8      258
Will, IL.................          15.1         231.8      -9.0       176      995       7.2      234
Winnebago, IL............           5.9         112.0     -12.4       277      955       8.2      182

Allen, IN................           9.2         177.9      -7.8       132      943       6.9      250
Elkhart, IN..............           4.8         124.0      -8.6       162      908      -1.5      353
Hamilton, IN.............          10.0         137.5      -6.9        95    1,099       9.1      133
Lake, IN.................          10.6         171.3      -9.9       202      944       4.2      327
Marion, IN...............          24.9         552.4      -8.7       166    1,170       8.4      167
St. Joseph, IN...........           5.9         113.3      -9.8       200      941       7.3      229
Tippecanoe, IN...........           3.8          79.1      -7.1       106      971       3.6      334
Vanderburgh, IN..........           4.8          98.8      -9.9       202      902       3.2      340
Johnson, IA..............           4.4          77.2      -7.5       121    1,094      10.2       98
Linn, IA.................           7.1         122.3      -8.0       138    1,096       7.6      215

Polk, IA.................          18.3         282.3      -8.5       157    1,176      10.8       84
Scott, IA................           5.8          84.0      -9.9       202      934       7.7      209
Johnson, KS..............          24.5         333.2      -6.4        77    1,207       9.1      133
Sedgwick, KS.............          12.9         229.2     -11.3       251      945       4.7      323
Shawnee, KS..............           5.1          90.6      -5.9        61      917       5.3      312
Wyandotte, KS............           3.6          86.3      -4.4        27    1,098       4.2      327
Boone, KY................           4.6          89.9      -5.9        61      969       3.1      343
Fayette, KY..............          11.6         179.4      -8.4       152    1,055       9.4      123
Jefferson, KY............          26.3         427.8      -9.6       194    1,154       8.4      167
Caddo, LA................           7.4         100.5      -9.3       183      916       6.9      250

Calcasieu, LA............           5.5          85.1     -17.1       340      984       2.4      348
East Baton Rouge, LA.....          16.8         233.1     -10.9       241    1,076       5.5      302
Jefferson, LA............          14.5         168.8     -11.4       254    1,056       8.8      144
Lafayette, LA............          10.3         118.5      -9.7       198      945       5.0      317
Orleans, LA..............          14.0         158.8     -20.3       352    1,165      18.2        3
St. Tammany, LA..........           9.0          83.1      -8.4       152      973       9.3      126
Cumberland, ME...........          13.9         167.2     -12.9       294    1,124      14.5       14
Anne Arundel, MD.........          15.5         246.2     -12.2       272    1,309      12.5       33
Baltimore, MD............          21.2         340.4     -11.5       256    1,194      10.6       88
Frederick, MD............           6.6          94.0     -12.6       283    1,108      11.9       46

Harford, MD..............           5.9          87.1      -9.9       202    1,161      11.5       59
Howard, MD...............          10.2         154.6     -12.8       288    1,490      12.5       33
Montgomery, MD...........          33.0         420.8     -12.3       274    1,590      11.7       52
Prince George's, MD......          16.4         280.6     -14.2       315    1,275      12.3       39
Baltimore City, MD.......          13.8         319.3      -7.6       126    1,329       3.7      333
Barnstable, MA...........           9.7          85.7     -21.1       355    1,076      16.1        7
Bristol, MA..............          17.8         200.3     -14.4       316    1,124      11.1       76
Essex, MA................          27.6         283.5     -15.3       330    1,311      13.7       19
Hampden, MA..............          18.8         182.9     -14.5       318    1,037      11.1       76
Middlesex, MA............          57.0         835.4     -12.3       274    1,880      14.0       16

Norfolk, MA..............          25.6         299.2     -17.3       342    1,425      12.7       29
Plymouth, MA.............          16.5         167.7     -17.9       344    1,180      14.0       16
Suffolk, MA..............          32.1         611.3     -13.6       309    2,053      13.4       21
Worcester, MA............          26.5         312.7     -12.5       282    1,199      12.8       24
Genesee, MI..............           7.3         119.0     -12.3       274      925       7.2      234
Ingham, MI...............           6.6         136.6     -11.0       244    1,140       9.5      116
Kalamazoo, MI............           5.8         109.6     -11.7       260    1,071       9.1      133
Kent, MI.................          16.3         351.7     -15.4       333    1,059      13.5       20
Macomb, MI...............          19.2         291.2     -13.5       304    1,114       6.0      285
Oakland, MI..............          43.2         648.3     -14.8       325    1,278       8.4      167

Ottawa, MI...............           6.3         117.6     -10.0       211      957       6.0      285
Saginaw, MI..............           4.1          73.7     -13.8       313      947       9.0      137
Washtenaw, MI............           9.3         189.6     -12.0       265    1,260       9.2      130
Wayne, MI................          36.1         639.8     -13.5       304    1,282      11.8       49
Anoka, MN................           8.0         119.2      -9.1       179    1,110       7.1      241
Dakota, MN...............          11.0         174.9     -10.3       219    1,167       9.5      116
Hennepin, MN.............          42.0         830.7     -12.4       277    1,470       9.1      133
Olmsted, MN..............           3.9          91.4      -9.9       202    1,332      14.6       12
Ramsey, MN...............          14.5         299.9     -11.2       248    1,288       8.5      159
St. Louis, MN............           5.5          87.3     -13.5       304      991       8.3      177

Stearns, MN..............           4.5          80.0      -8.5       157      966       8.4      167
Washington, MN...........           6.3          82.0      -9.8       200    1,016       9.0      137
Harrison, MS.............           4.6          78.9     -10.1       214      818       9.5      116
Hinds, MS................           5.6         111.6      -6.6        86      925       6.1      279
Boone, MO................           5.0          87.8      -6.9        95      990      12.4       36
Clay, MO.................           6.0          99.8      -6.7        88      960       1.8      350
Greene, MO...............           9.6         160.4      -5.8        56      906       8.1      188
Jackson, MO..............          23.2         347.8      -8.3       148    1,154       5.3      312
St. Charles, MO..........          10.1         145.1      -5.4        48      954       7.7      209
St. Louis, MO............          41.6         551.3      -9.7       198    1,221       7.3      229

St. Louis City, MO.......          15.7         201.8     -11.9       264    1,243       7.9      200
Yellowstone, MT..........           6.6          80.1      -3.4        15      978       6.5      266
Douglas, NE..............          19.2         319.1      -7.0       103    1,083       8.2      182
Lancaster, NE............          10.2         161.3      -6.4        77      943       9.3      126
Clark, NV................          57.1         830.0     -18.9       348    1,026       8.8      144
Washoe, NV...............          15.2         207.3      -8.8       167    1,065       8.7      151
Hillsborough, NH.........          12.4         186.6     -10.5       226    1,306      11.3       68
Merrimack, NH............           5.2          71.1      -9.5       190    1,091       9.4      123
Rockingham, NH...........          11.3         137.7     -11.0       244    1,205      11.8       49
Atlantic, NJ.............           6.7          90.8     -34.2       357    1,104      22.5        1

Bergen, NJ...............          33.7         372.5     -17.0       338    1,364      10.6       88
Burlington, NJ...........          11.3         180.8     -12.7       285    1,202       8.8      144
Camden, NJ...............          12.5         178.5     -13.5       304    1,172      11.7       52
Essex, NJ................          21.2         295.6     -15.3       330    1,447      11.2       73
Gloucester, NJ...........           6.6         101.9     -11.3       251      996       9.5      116
Hudson, NJ...............          16.1         234.0     -15.0       326    1,550       7.8      204
Mercer, NJ...............          11.4         238.2      -9.6       194    1,508      11.4       64
Middlesex, NJ............          22.9         380.2     -12.0       265    1,364      10.5       93
Monmouth, NJ.............          20.6         226.8     -18.1       345    1,197      15.0       10
Morris, NJ...............          17.3         258.7     -13.6       309    1,667       8.2      182

Ocean, NJ................          13.9         151.4     -16.9       337      955      12.8       24
Passaic, NJ..............          12.9         142.9     -15.1       329    1,140      11.1       76
Somerset, NJ.............          10.4         169.0     -13.0       296    1,780       9.7      109
Union, NJ................          15.0         200.4     -13.5       304    1,465      12.0       43
Bernalillo, NM...........          20.1         304.3      -8.8       167    1,009       9.7      109
Albany, NY...............          10.4         211.1     -10.3       219    1,277       8.3      177
Bronx, NY................          19.2         288.0     -11.5       256    1,204       8.0      193
Broome, NY...............           4.4          75.6     -13.2       301    1,010      12.8       24
Dutchess, NY.............           8.5          98.1     -15.0       326    1,199      11.3       68
Erie, NY.................          24.5         407.8     -14.7       322    1,106      12.1       41

Kings, NY................          66.6         688.2     -14.6       320    1,058      10.3       96
Monroe, NY...............          18.9         344.3     -13.4       302    1,126      11.6       57
Nassau, NY...............          54.5         533.1     -17.0       338    1,388      14.2       15
New York, NY.............         131.1       2,048.7     -18.8       347    2,427      14.9       11
Oneida, NY...............           5.3          94.4     -12.4       277      947       8.9      140
Onondaga, NY.............          12.7         221.5     -13.0       296    1,095       9.5      116
Orange, NY...............          10.8         129.5     -15.0       326    1,085      12.6       30
Queens, NY...............          54.1         592.5     -18.2       346    1,174       7.8      204
Richmond, NY.............          10.1         110.1     -15.7       334    1,158      12.0       43
Rockland, NY.............          11.3         112.2     -15.3       330    1,154      11.1       76

Saratoga, NY.............           6.1          78.0     -16.2       335    1,170      12.6       30
Suffolk, NY..............          53.8         579.5     -16.5       336    1,296      12.0       43
Westchester, NY..........          36.4         367.7     -17.1       340    1,721      21.7        2
Buncombe, NC.............          10.3         114.7     -14.7       322      916       8.5      159
Cabarrus, NC.............           5.2          72.2      -6.5        81      862       6.9      250
Catawba, NC..............           4.6          81.7      -7.6       126      851       2.5      346
Cumberland, NC...........           6.5         112.1      -7.5       121      887       3.9      331
Durham, NC...............           9.1         205.9      -5.4        48    1,478       8.4      167
Forsyth, NC..............           9.7         174.6      -8.6       162    1,021       6.9      250
Guilford, NC.............          15.1         260.1      -8.5       157      986       3.8      332

Iredell, NC..............           5.8          73.2      -4.3        24      983       5.4      309
Mecklenburg, NC..........          41.5         671.3      -6.3        75    1,331       8.4      167
New Hanover, NC..........           9.0         110.0      -7.5       121      961       9.7      109
Pitt, NC.................           3.9          71.8      -7.1       106      913       5.7      294
Wake, NC.................          38.6         534.4      -7.2       111    1,207       7.3      229
Cass, ND.................           7.6         113.2      -6.8        93    1,070       7.5      219
Butler, OH...............           8.0         146.3      -7.8       132    1,024       8.2      182
Cuyahoga, OH.............          36.2         668.0      -9.6       194    1,168       8.2      182
Delaware, OH.............           5.8          83.7     -10.1       214    1,142      11.4       64
Franklin, OH.............          34.2         711.2      -6.9        95    1,142       7.6      215

Greene, OH...............           3.7          72.9      -4.7        34    1,224       9.9      103
Hamilton, OH.............          24.5         476.4      -9.6       194    1,234       6.5      266
Lake, OH.................           6.3          90.1      -8.8       167      956       7.2      234
Lorain, OH...............           6.3          91.9      -8.4       152      879       6.2      277
Lucas, OH................          10.1         188.6     -10.9       241      959       5.5      302
Mahoning, OH.............           5.9          88.8      -9.9       202      821       8.7      151
Montgomery, OH...........          12.2         236.6      -7.7       130      968       4.8      322
Stark, OH................           8.6         147.6      -8.3       148      836       4.1      330
Summit, OH...............          14.5         246.7      -8.3       148    1,010       6.4      269
Warren, OH...............           5.3          92.0      -8.0       138    1,075       8.1      188

Cleveland, OK............           6.1          80.9      -0.2         1      865       7.5      219
Oklahoma, OK.............          28.6         438.2      -6.0        64    1,059       6.1      279
Tulsa, OK................          22.8         338.1      -6.9        95    1,017       5.5      302
Clackamas, OR............          15.7         155.0      -9.9       202    1,130       9.3      126
Deschutes, OR............           9.5          79.4      -9.3       183    1,015      12.8       24
Jackson, OR..............           8.0          84.6      -7.1       106      922       8.9      140
Lane, OR.................          12.9         142.5     -10.6       231      938       9.8      106
Marion, OR...............          11.6         150.2      -7.4       117    1,015       9.3      126
Multnomah, OR............          36.6         455.2     -12.8       288    1,293      11.2       73
Washington, OR...........          20.5         278.7      -8.6       162    1,516      11.3       68

Allegheny, PA............          35.7         633.3     -10.6       231    1,267       8.5      159
Berks, PA................           8.9         156.1     -11.5       256    1,042       7.1      241
Bucks, PA................          20.4         232.8     -14.5       318    1,115      11.5       59
Butler, PA...............           5.1          81.9      -8.3       148    1,076       8.2      182
Chester, PA..............          15.9         227.8     -10.8       237    1,543      11.1       76
Cumberland, PA...........           6.6         126.2      -7.9       136    1,088       8.0      193
Dauphin, PA..............           7.5         167.5     -12.0       265    1,170       9.8      106
Delaware, PA.............          14.2         196.8     -13.4       302    1,251      11.3       68
Erie, PA.................           6.9         108.5     -13.0       296      916      11.4       64
Lackawanna, PA...........           5.6          86.5     -11.8       262      922      11.5       59

Lancaster, PA............          13.8         221.7     -10.7       235      979       8.1      188
Lehigh, PA...............           8.8         175.0     -11.2       248    1,133       9.4      123
Luzerne, PA..............           7.4         131.4     -10.5       226      930       9.0      137
Montgomery, PA...........          28.0         450.2     -12.4       277    1,446      11.5       59
Northampton, PA..........           6.9         104.7     -12.6       283    1,003       8.0      193
Philadelphia, PA.........          35.1         610.8     -12.9       294    1,380       9.9      103
Washington, PA...........           5.5          78.3     -13.9       314    1,107       5.3      312
Westmoreland, PA.........           9.2         121.7     -10.4       224      932       7.1      241
York, PA.................           9.2         164.0      -9.3       183    1,026       7.7      209
Kent, RI.................           5.6          66.8     -14.7       322    1,070      15.3        9

Providence, RI...........          19.1         253.2     -12.8       288    1,198      12.1       41
Charleston, SC...........          17.6         236.1     -10.3       219    1,064       9.7      109
Greenville, SC...........          15.9         256.8      -7.8       132      997       6.7      260
Horry, SC................          10.0         124.9     -12.1       269      723      11.2       73
Lexington, SC............           7.3         118.3      -2.5         8      865       5.5      302
Richland, SC.............          11.0         206.0      -7.1       106      970       8.6      156
Spartanburg, SC..........           6.8         141.7      -5.2        42      920       0.3      351
York, SC.................           6.8          94.9      -6.1        69      960       9.5      116
Minnehaha, SD............           7.8         123.6      -5.0        36    1,013       8.5      159
Davidson, TN.............          25.4         460.4     -10.6       231    1,215       8.4      167

Hamilton, TN.............          10.6         194.7      -6.1        69      990       4.2      327
Knox, TN.................          13.3         226.7      -5.3        46      983       6.4      269
Rutherford, TN...........           6.3         123.7      -6.9        95      934      -2.7      355
Shelby, TN...............          21.5         465.2      -7.6       126    1,156       5.8      290
Williamson, TN...........          10.0         130.9      -6.5        81    1,354       6.9      250
Bell, TX.................           5.9         116.7      -3.9        20      982       5.4      309
Bexar, TX................          43.7         815.1      -7.1       106    1,047       5.8      290
Brazoria, TX.............           6.3         110.1      -5.9        61    1,134       3.4      338
Brazos, TX...............           4.8          98.0      -5.6        52      881       9.9      103
Cameron, TX..............           6.6         136.6      -4.1        21      698       6.1      279

Collin, TX...............          28.7         415.5      -5.8        56    1,350       7.5      219
Dallas, TX...............          80.2       1,623.5      -5.8        56    1,361       4.5      326
Denton, TX...............          16.9         249.5      -5.1        38    1,031       7.1      241
Ector, TX................           4.2          65.9     -19.3       350    1,142      -6.6      357
El Paso, TX..............          15.7         292.3      -5.7        54      810       7.4      226
Fort Bend, TX............          15.1         186.1      -5.8        56    1,026       5.0      317
Galveston, TX............           6.4         106.0      -6.0        64    1,029       5.6      299
Gregg, TX................           4.3          68.2     -10.8       237      919       0.2      352
Harris, TX...............         119.2       2,179.4      -7.3       115    1,352       3.4      338
Hidalgo, TX..............          12.8         253.0      -4.3        24      704       7.0      246

Jefferson, TX............           5.8         110.1     -10.2       217    1,101       5.7      294
Lubbock, TX..............           7.9         134.9      -4.6        30      918       7.9      200
McLennan, TX.............           5.5         111.1      -2.3         7      943       7.0      246
Midland, TX..............           6.2          87.8     -21.0       354    1,404      -4.6      356
Montgomery, TX...........          12.7         181.7      -6.7        88    1,145       5.0      317
Nueces, TX...............           8.3         151.4      -8.5       157      948       2.5      346
Potter, TX...............           4.0          73.7      -4.5        29      954       6.7      260
Smith, TX................           6.5         100.8      -4.1        21      928       5.7      294
Tarrant, TX..............          46.4         867.9      -6.5        81    1,129       5.1      316
Travis, TX...............          44.9         733.1      -6.4        77    1,417       9.6      114

Webb, TX.................           5.6          95.0      -8.8       167      753       7.7      209
Williamson, TX...........          12.4         175.1      -5.1        38    1,193      11.8       49
Davis, UT................           9.3         132.2      -0.9         3      986      10.8       84
Salt Lake, UT............          50.3         691.0      -4.2        23    1,146       8.8      144
Utah, UT.................          18.5         248.5      -0.2         1      984      10.2       98
Weber, UT................           6.5         106.1      -2.9        12      875       7.6      215
Chittenden, VT...........           7.2          91.0     -12.8       288    1,192      14.6       12
Arlington, VA............           9.1         170.3      -8.9       173    1,926      12.2       40
Chesterfield, VA.........           9.4         128.8      -6.9        95      966       6.7      260
Fairfax, VA..............          36.9         576.7      -8.1       143    1,776       8.0      193

Henrico, VA..............          11.8         173.9     -10.8       237    1,112       8.5      159
Loudoun, VA..............          13.0         158.4     -12.1       269    1,362      12.6       30
Prince William, VA.......           9.7         122.2     -11.0       244    1,048      11.7       52
Alexandria City, VA......           6.2          81.1     -11.8       262    1,610      10.1      101
Chesapeake City, VA......           6.3          96.9      -7.0       103      904       7.2      234
Newport News City, VA....           4.0          97.0      -7.2       111    1,090       5.8      290
Norfolk City, VA.........           6.1         128.9      -9.9       202    1,188       8.4      167
Richmond City, VA........           8.0         140.6     -10.5       226    1,308      12.5       33
Virginia Beach City, VA..          12.4         164.5     -10.4       224      924      10.4       94
Benton, WA...............           6.1          87.4      -9.9       202    1,147       5.8      290

Clark, WA................          15.7         152.4      -8.4       152    1,122       7.3      229
King, WA.................          90.3       1,312.9      -8.9       173    1,945      13.9       18
Kitsap, WA...............           7.0          86.2      -6.8        93    1,137       7.7      209
Pierce, WA...............          23.7         292.9      -8.1       143    1,090       6.0      285
Snohomish, WA............          22.1         268.5      -8.9       173    1,262       6.9      250
Spokane, WA..............          16.9         214.9      -7.6       126    1,007       6.1      279
Thurston, WA.............           8.8         110.3      -7.4       117    1,117       8.7      151
Whatcom, WA..............           7.6          83.8     -10.2       217    1,007       6.4      269
Yakima, WA...............           8.0         117.0      -8.0       138      829       7.2      234
Kanawha, WV..............           5.6          88.6      -9.5       190      954       3.6      334

Brown, WI................           7.3         148.0      -8.0       138    1,007       7.5      219
Dane, WI.................          16.3         317.9      -9.0       176    1,231      12.4       36
Milwaukee, WI............          27.5         437.9     -11.0       244    1,108       8.0      193
Outagamie, WI............           5.6         102.3      -8.2       146      988       6.9      250
Racine, WI...............           4.7          70.3      -8.6       162      960       5.5      302
Waukesha, WI.............          13.8         231.5      -8.0       138    1,145       7.5      219
Winnebago, WI............           4.0          87.8      -6.5        81    1,033      -2.6      354
San Juan, PR.............          10.9         213.4     -10.7       (5)      681       6.2      (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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