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Table 3. Covered establishments, employment, and wages by state, second quarter 2020

Table 3. Covered establishments, employment, and wages by state,
second quarter 2020

                                                  Employment        Average weekly
                                                                        wage(1)
                            Establishments,
                             second quarter
            State                 2020                    Percent           Percent
                              (thousands)       June      change,  Second   change,
                                                2020       June    quarter  second
                                            (thousands)   2019-20    2020   quarter
                                                                            2019-20


United States(2)...........      10,451.0     135,114.4      -9.4   $1,188      8.6

Alabama....................         131.2       1,868.7      -6.4      964      5.9
Alaska.....................          22.7         296.2     -12.7    1,195     11.2
Arizona....................         170.7       2,708.4      -5.1    1,090      7.9
Arkansas...................          93.0       1,156.5      -5.5      924      7.3
California.................       1,633.1      15,911.2     -10.2    1,468     10.9
Colorado...................         216.4       2,545.9      -8.0    1,226      8.7
Connecticut................         123.4       1,483.6     -12.3    1,407     11.3
Delaware...................          34.5         416.0      -9.3    1,156      9.0
District of Columbia.......          41.7         701.8     -10.0    1,987     11.7
Florida....................         738.0       8,113.8      -7.1    1,032      6.6

Georgia....................         307.2       4,196.0      -7.0    1,075      5.7
Hawaii.....................          45.9         524.9     -20.1    1,108     12.0
Idaho......................          67.9         748.3      -2.3      882      7.6
Illinois...................         379.6       5,391.8     -11.3    1,218      8.6
Indiana....................         171.6       2,865.7      -7.3      960      5.6
Iowa.......................         104.7       1,458.8      -8.0      978      8.4
Kansas.....................          90.0       1,306.0      -7.0      969      7.1
Kentucky...................         125.4       1,754.0      -8.2      970      6.4
Louisiana..................         137.8       1,710.1     -11.0      985      6.7
Maine......................          53.8         572.5     -10.8      980     12.3

Maryland...................         175.8       2,430.3     -11.2    1,305     10.7
Massachusetts..............         263.1       3,178.8     -14.3    1,570     14.0
Michigan...................         268.5       3,850.9     -12.9    1,114      9.5
Minnesota..................         185.4       2,644.6     -10.5    1,200      9.0
Mississippi................          73.8       1,063.1      -6.4      812      5.9
Missouri...................         215.9       2,622.2      -7.5    1,015      7.1
Montana....................          51.5         459.5      -4.9      919      9.1
Nebraska...................          72.9         932.3      -6.0      960      8.0
Nevada.....................          85.9       1,191.6     -15.4    1,048      9.1
New Hampshire..............          54.8         605.4     -10.5    1,215     11.5

New Jersey.................         284.1       3,570.3     -14.6    1,376     11.3
New Mexico.................          62.4         757.0      -9.4      958      7.8
New York...................         652.0       8,142.6     -15.9    1,520     12.8
North Carolina.............         296.2       4,205.4      -6.9    1,038      6.9
North Dakota...............          32.4         390.1      -9.7    1,061      3.3
Ohio.......................         302.3       5,049.8      -8.0    1,031      7.0
Oklahoma...................         112.1       1,521.3      -6.3      940      4.4
Oregon.....................         160.9       1,789.3      -9.6    1,143     10.3
Pennsylvania...............         362.8       5,314.5     -11.1    1,170      9.2
Rhode Island...............          39.5         429.3     -13.2    1,172     13.1

South Carolina.............         144.4       1,991.0      -7.2      928      6.9
South Dakota...............          34.7         415.9      -5.9      912      9.0
Tennessee..................         171.1       2,847.2      -6.6    1,016      5.3
Texas......................         727.4      11,807.1      -6.3    1,156      5.0
Utah.......................         111.6       1,474.8      -3.0    1,017      9.1
Vermont....................          26.1         271.8     -13.6    1,055     13.6
Virginia...................         283.3       3,635.2      -8.8    1,218      9.4
Washington.................         253.8       3,207.1      -8.4    1,424     10.6
West Virginia..............          51.3         634.9      -9.4      933      4.9
Wisconsin..................         179.2       2,690.0      -8.7    1,014      8.0

Wyoming....................          27.2         260.5      -9.6      965      3.7

Puerto Rico................          46.1         798.7      -7.9      556      4.7
Virgin Islands.............           3.4          35.4      -7.0    1,016      6.9

(1) Average weekly wages were calculated using unrounded data.
(2) Totals for the United States do not include data for Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands.

Note: Data are preliminary. Includes workers covered by Unemployment Insurance (UI) and
Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE) programs.



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Last Modified Date: November 18, 2020