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Business Employment Dynamics Regional Historical Table

Private sector gross job gains and job losses for the United States and States, by Census Regions and Divisions, three months ended June 2020, seasonally adjusted
Area Gross Job Gains Gross Job Losses
Total Back
Data
As a percent
of total
employment
Back
Data
Total Back
Data
As a percent
of total
employment
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Data

United States(1)

5,749 4.8 20,366 17.0

Midwest Region

East North Central Division

Illinois

224,118 4.6 898,646 18.4

Indiana

120,452 4.7 353,124 13.7

Michigan

141,099 4.0 731,502 20.7

Ohio

203,875 4.5 649,821 14.4

Wisconsin

105,476 4.4 347,883 14.4

West North Central Division

Iowa

56,059 4.4 163,360 13.0

Kansas

55,975 5.0 146,615 13.3

Minnesota

100,747 4.3 418,254 17.6

Missouri

108,508 4.7 330,131 14.3

Nebraska

38,885 4.9 96,697 12.1

North Dakota

17,558 5.2 57,565 17.2

South Dakota

17,737 5.1 40,034 11.6

Northeast Region

New England Division

Connecticut

57,620 4.3 265,693 19.7

Maine

26,670 5.4 107,675 21.7

Massachusetts

109,590 3.7 714,130 24.2

New Hampshire

25,214 4.5 103,320 18.8

Rhode Island

17,767 4.5 99,270 25.2

Vermont

10,825 4.6 43,790 18.5

Middle Atlantic Division

New Jersey

150,045 4.6 913,602 28.1

New York

292,303 3.9 1,980,764 26.9

Pennsylvania

177,105 3.6 896,709 18.2

South Region

South Atlantic Division

Delaware

18,225 4.9 65,213 17.7

District of Columbia

16,316 3.3 111,967 22.4

Florida

454,603 6.1 1,047,754 13.9

Georgia

201,768 5.4 557,304 15.0

Maryland

97,171 4.7 450,701 21.9

North Carolina

177,537 4.8 530,511 14.5

South Carolina

85,686 5.1 252,231 14.9

Virginia

144,619 4.7 559,570 18.2

West Virginia

26,456 5.1 72,219 13.8

East South Central Division

Alabama

74,974 4.8 197,333 12.6

Kentucky

70,624 4.6 234,102 15.3

Mississippi

43,906 5.1 111,502 12.9

Tennessee

112,366 4.4 348,495 13.7

West South Central Division

Arkansas

47,653 4.8 119,256 12.0

Louisiana

66,839 4.5 253,572 16.9

Oklahoma

70,388 5.6 153,017 12.3

Texas

491,404 4.7 1,408,500 13.6

West Region

Mountain Division

Arizona

142,021 5.7 288,876 11.7

Colorado

128,725 5.8 330,236 14.9

Idaho

40,422 6.4 71,635 11.2

Montana

25,718 6.8 52,250 13.8

Nevada

61,256 5.3 335,465 29.2

New Mexico

27,987 4.5 109,424 17.6

Utah

83,499 6.5 137,995 10.9

Wyoming

12,961 6.4 36,242 18.1

Pacific Division

Alaska

15,976 6.9 56,612 24.5

California

751,604 5.2 2,654,391 18.6

Hawaii

17,082 3.6 141,270 29.8

Oregon

80,081 5.0 293,842 18.4

Washington

137,589 4.9 466,763 16.9

Puerto Rico

26,094 4.0 109,540 16.9

Virgin Islands

1,434 5.3 5,288 19.8

Footnotes
(1) Numbers in thousands.

Source: Business Employment Dynamics is a set of statistics generated from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages program. These quarterly data series consist of gross job gains and gross job losses statistics from 1992 forward.