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State Employment and Unemployment (Monthly) News Release

For release 10:00 a.m. (ET) Friday, April 15, 2022 	                 USDL-22-0623

Technical information:
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              STATE EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT -- MARCH 2022


Unemployment rates were lower in March in 37 states and stable in 13 states and
the District of Columbia, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
All 50 states and the District had jobless rate decreases from a year earlier.
The national unemployment rate, 3.6 percent, declined by 0.2 percentage point
over the month and was 2.4 points lower than in March 2021. //LAUS NR Test 06232022//

Nonfarm payroll employment increased in 10 states and was essentially unchanged
in 40 states and the District of Columbia in March 2022. Over the year, nonfarm
payroll employment increased in 49 states and the District and was essentially
unchanged in 1 state.

This news release presents statistics from two monthly programs. The civilian
labor force and unemployment data are modeled based largely on a survey of
households. These data pertain to individuals by where they reside. The employment
data are from an establishment survey that measures nonfarm employment, hours,
and earnings by industry. These data pertain to jobs on payrolls defined by where
the establishments are located. For more information about the concepts and 
statistical methodologies used by these two programs, see the Technical Note.

Unemployment

Nebraska and Utah had the lowest jobless rates in March, 2.0 percent each.
The next lowest rates were in Indiana, 2.2 percent, and Montana, 2.3 percent.
The rates in these four states set new series lows, as did the rates in the
following eight states (all state series begin in 1976): Alaska (5.0 percent),
Arizona (3.3 percent), Georgia (3.1 percent), Idaho (2.7 percent), Mississippi
(4.2 percent), Tennessee (3.2 percent), West Virginia (3.7 percent), and
Wisconsin (2.8 percent). The District of Columbia had the highest unemployment
rate, 6.0 percent, followed by New Mexico, 5.3 percent. In total, 15 states
had unemployment rates lower than the U.S. figure of 3.6 percent, 13 states 
and the District had higher rates, and 22 states had rates that were not
appreciably different from that of the nation. (See tables A and 1.)

In March, 37 states had over-the-month unemployment rate decreases, the largest
of which was in Rhode Island (-0.5 percentage point). California, Maine,
Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey had the next largest rate decreases
(-0.4 percentage point each). Thirteen states and the District of Columbia
had jobless rates that were not notably different from those of a month earlier,
though some had changes that were at least as large numerically as the 
significant changes. (See table B.)

The largest unemployment rate decrease from March 2021 occurred in Nevada
(-4.2 percentage points). California and New York experienced the next largest
decreases (-3.5 percentage points and -3.3 points, respectively). The smallest
over-the-year jobless rate declines occurred in Nebraska and the District of
Columbia (-0.6 percentage point each). (See table C.)

Nonfarm Payroll Employment

Nonfarm payroll employment increased in 10 states and was essentially unchanged
in 40 states and the District of Columbia in March 2022. The largest job 
gains occurred in California (+60,200), New York (+28,100), and Massachusetts
(+21,000). The largest percentage increases occurred in Maine and Massachusetts
(+0.6 percent each), followed by Minnesota, New Jersey, and North Carolina
(+0.4 percent each). (See tables D and 3.)

Over the year, nonfarm payroll employment increased in 49 states and the 
District of Columbia and was essentially unchanged in 1 state. The largest
job increases occurred in California (+1,041,900), Texas (+731,600), and Florida
(+497,800). The largest percentage increases occurred in Nevada (+9.1 percent),
California (+6.4 percent), and Hawaii (+6.3 percent). (See table E.)

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The Metropolitan Area Employment and Unemployment news release for March is
scheduled to be released on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. (ET).
The State Employment and Unemployment news release for April is scheduled
to be released on Friday, May 20, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. (ET).



Table A. States with unemployment rates significantly different
from that of the U.S., March 2022, seasonally adjusted
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                State                |          Rate(p)
--------------------------------------------------------------
United States (1) ...................|           3.6
                                     |
Alabama .............................|           2.9
Alaska ..............................|           5.0
California ..........................|           4.9
Connecticut .........................|           4.6
Delaware ............................|           4.5
District of Columbia ................|           6.0
Idaho ...............................|           2.7
Illinois ............................|           4.7
Indiana .............................|           2.2
Kansas ..............................|           2.5
                                     |
Maryland ............................|           4.6
Massachusetts .......................|           4.3
Michigan ............................|           4.4
Minnesota ...........................|           2.5
Montana .............................|           2.3
Nebraska ............................|           2.0
Nevada ..............................|           5.0
New Hampshire .......................|           2.5
New Mexico ..........................|           5.3
New York ............................|           4.6
                                     |
North Dakota ........................|           2.9
Oklahoma ............................|           2.7
Pennsylvania ........................|           4.9
South Dakota ........................|           2.5
Texas ...............................|           4.4
Utah ................................|           2.0
Vermont .............................|           2.7
Virginia ............................|           3.0
Wisconsin ...........................|           2.8
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   (1) Data are not preliminary.
   (p) = preliminary.


Table B. States with statistically significant unemployment rate changes
from February 2022 to March 2022, seasonally adjusted
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                                |          Rate         |
                                |-----------|-----------| Over-the-month
             State              | February  |   March   |    change(p)
                                |   2022    |  2022(p)  |
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Alabama ........................|     3.0   |     2.9   |      -0.1
Alaska .........................|     5.3   |     5.0   |       -.3
Arizona ........................|     3.6   |     3.3   |       -.3
California .....................|     5.3   |     4.9   |       -.4
Colorado .......................|     4.0   |     3.7   |       -.3
Connecticut ....................|     4.9   |     4.6   |       -.3
Florida ........................|     3.3   |     3.2   |       -.1
Idaho ..........................|     2.8   |     2.7   |       -.1
Illinois .......................|     4.8   |     4.7   |       -.1
Iowa ...........................|     3.5   |     3.3   |       -.2
                                |           |           |
Kentucky .......................|     4.2   |     4.0   |       -.2
Maine ..........................|     4.0   |     3.6   |       -.4
Maryland .......................|     5.0   |     4.6   |       -.4
Massachusetts ..................|     4.7   |     4.3   |       -.4
Michigan .......................|     4.7   |     4.4   |       -.3
Minnesota ......................|     2.7   |     2.5   |       -.2
Mississippi ....................|     4.5   |     4.2   |       -.3
Missouri .......................|     3.7   |     3.6   |       -.1
Montana ........................|     2.6   |     2.3   |       -.3
Nebraska .......................|     2.1   |     2.0   |       -.1
                                |           |           |
New Hampshire ..................|     2.7   |     2.5   |       -.2
New Jersey .....................|     4.6   |     4.2   |       -.4
New Mexico .....................|     5.6   |     5.3   |       -.3
New York .......................|     4.9   |     4.6   |       -.3
North Carolina .................|     3.7   |     3.5   |       -.2
Oregon .........................|     4.0   |     3.8   |       -.2
Pennsylvania ...................|     5.1   |     4.9   |       -.2
Rhode Island ...................|     3.9   |     3.4   |       -.5
South Dakota ...................|     2.6   |     2.5   |       -.1
Tennessee ......................|     3.4   |     3.2   |       -.2
                                |           |           |
Texas ..........................|     4.7   |     4.4   |       -.3
Utah ...........................|     2.1   |     2.0   |       -.1
Vermont ........................|     2.9   |     2.7   |       -.2
Virginia .......................|     3.2   |     3.0   |       -.2
Washington .....................|     4.3   |     4.2   |       -.1
West Virginia ..................|     3.9   |     3.7   |       -.2
Wyoming ........................|     3.6   |     3.4   |       -.2
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   (p) = preliminary.


Table C. States with statistically significant unemployment rate changes
from March 2021 to March 2022, seasonally adjusted
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                                |          Rate         |
                                |-----------|-----------|  Over-the-year
             State              |   March   |   March   |    change(p)
                                |   2021    |  2022(p)  |
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Alabama ........................|     3.7   |     2.9   |      -0.8
Alaska .........................|     7.0   |     5.0   |      -2.0
Arizona ........................|     5.8   |     3.3   |      -2.5
Arkansas .......................|     4.6   |     3.1   |      -1.5
California .....................|     8.4   |     4.9   |      -3.5
Colorado .......................|     6.1   |     3.7   |      -2.4
Connecticut ....................|     7.0   |     4.6   |      -2.4
Delaware .......................|     5.8   |     4.5   |      -1.3
District of Columbia ...........|     6.6   |     6.0   |       -.6
Florida ........................|     5.4   |     3.2   |      -2.2
                                |           |           |
Georgia ........................|     4.4   |     3.1   |      -1.3
Hawaii .........................|     6.6   |     4.1   |      -2.5
Idaho ..........................|     3.9   |     2.7   |      -1.2
Illinois .......................|     6.7   |     4.7   |      -2.0
Indiana ........................|     4.2   |     2.2   |      -2.0
Iowa ...........................|     4.4   |     3.3   |      -1.1
Kansas .........................|     3.5   |     2.5   |      -1.0
Kentucky .......................|     4.7   |     4.0   |       -.7
Louisiana ......................|     6.1   |     4.2   |      -1.9
Maine ..........................|     4.8   |     3.6   |      -1.2
                                |           |           |
Maryland .......................|     5.7   |     4.6   |      -1.1
Massachusetts ..................|     6.4   |     4.3   |      -2.1
Michigan .......................|     6.2   |     4.4   |      -1.8
Minnesota ......................|     3.7   |     2.5   |      -1.2
Mississippi ....................|     6.4   |     4.2   |      -2.2
Missouri .......................|     4.8   |     3.6   |      -1.2
Montana ........................|     3.6   |     2.3   |      -1.3
Nebraska .......................|     2.6   |     2.0   |       -.6
Nevada .........................|     9.2   |     5.0   |      -4.2
New Hampshire ..................|     3.9   |     2.5   |      -1.4
                                |           |           |
New Jersey .....................|     6.9   |     4.2   |      -2.7
New Mexico .....................|     7.2   |     5.3   |      -1.9
New York .......................|     7.9   |     4.6   |      -3.3
North Carolina .................|     5.2   |     3.5   |      -1.7
North Dakota ...................|     4.3   |     2.9   |      -1.4
Ohio ...........................|     5.7   |     4.1   |      -1.6
Oklahoma .......................|     4.7   |     2.7   |      -2.0
Oregon .........................|     6.1   |     3.8   |      -2.3
Pennsylvania ...................|     7.1   |     4.9   |      -2.2
Rhode Island ...................|     6.0   |     3.4   |      -2.6
                                |           |           |
South Carolina .................|     4.3   |     3.4   |       -.9
South Dakota ...................|     3.2   |     2.5   |       -.7
Tennessee ......................|     4.9   |     3.2   |      -1.7
Texas ..........................|     6.4   |     4.4   |      -2.0
Utah ...........................|     3.0   |     2.0   |      -1.0
Vermont ........................|     3.8   |     2.7   |      -1.1
Virginia .......................|     4.5   |     3.0   |      -1.5
Washington .....................|     5.8   |     4.2   |      -1.6
West Virginia ..................|     5.6   |     3.7   |      -1.9
Wisconsin ......................|     4.3   |     2.8   |      -1.5
Wyoming ........................|     5.0   |     3.4   |      -1.6
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   (p) = preliminary.


Table D. States with statistically significant employment changes from
February 2022 to March 2022, seasonally adjusted
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                              |             |             | Over-the-month change(p)
            State             |   February  |   March     |---------------------------
                              |     2022    |  2022(p)    |    Level    |   Percent
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
California ...................|  17,336,200 |  17,396,400 |      60,200 |      0.3
Illinois .....................|   5,976,100 |   5,994,400 |      18,300 |       .3
Maine ........................|     635,100 |     638,700 |       3,600 |       .6
Massachusetts ................|   3,630,100 |   3,651,100 |      21,000 |       .6
Michigan .....................|   4,315,400 |   4,330,300 |      14,900 |       .3
Minnesota ....................|   2,882,300 |   2,893,800 |      11,500 |       .4
New Jersey ...................|   4,157,400 |   4,175,200 |      17,800 |       .4
New York .....................|   9,347,100 |   9,375,200 |      28,100 |       .3
North Carolina ...............|   4,694,700 |   4,712,800 |      18,100 |       .4
Ohio .........................|   5,449,400 |   5,467,700 |      18,300 |       .3
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   (p) = preliminary.


Table E. States with statistically significant employment changes from
March 2021 to March 2022, seasonally adjusted
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                              |             |             |  Over-the-year change(p)
            State             |   March     |   March     |---------------------------
                              |    2021     |  2022(p)    |    Level    |   Percent
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama ......................|   2,030,500 |   2,066,500 |      36,000 |      1.8
Arizona ......................|   2,920,700 |   3,029,500 |     108,800 |      3.7
Arkansas .....................|   1,273,200 |   1,308,500 |      35,300 |      2.8
California ...................|  16,354,500 |  17,396,400 |   1,041,900 |      6.4
Colorado .....................|   2,703,300 |   2,834,500 |     131,200 |      4.9
Connecticut ..................|   1,598,700 |   1,646,400 |      47,700 |      3.0
Delaware .....................|     447,600 |     456,900 |       9,300 |      2.1
District of Columbia .........|     728,900 |     763,800 |      34,900 |      4.8
Florida ......................|   8,733,700 |   9,231,500 |     497,800 |      5.7
Georgia ......................|   4,506,000 |   4,740,400 |     234,400 |      5.2
                              |             |             |             |       
Hawaii .......................|     564,200 |     599,900 |      35,700 |      6.3
Idaho ........................|     787,100 |     812,500 |      25,400 |      3.2
Illinois .....................|   5,756,100 |   5,994,400 |     238,300 |      4.1
Indiana ......................|   3,058,400 |   3,172,000 |     113,600 |      3.7
Iowa .........................|   1,531,200 |   1,563,700 |      32,500 |      2.1
Kansas .......................|   1,370,300 |   1,390,200 |      19,900 |      1.5
Kentucky .....................|   1,891,700 |   1,938,100 |      46,400 |      2.5
Louisiana ....................|   1,859,100 |   1,905,100 |      46,000 |      2.5
Maine ........................|     619,500 |     638,700 |      19,200 |      3.1
Maryland .....................|   2,621,100 |   2,703,200 |      82,100 |      3.1
                              |             |             |             |       
Massachusetts ................|   3,464,700 |   3,651,100 |     186,400 |      5.4
Michigan .....................|   4,156,200 |   4,330,300 |     174,100 |      4.2
Minnesota ....................|   2,828,400 |   2,893,800 |      65,400 |      2.3
Mississippi ..................|   1,128,600 |   1,158,100 |      29,500 |      2.6
Missouri .....................|   2,822,200 |   2,904,300 |      82,100 |      2.9
Montana ......................|     487,800 |     505,200 |      17,400 |      3.6
Nebraska .....................|   1,002,600 |   1,025,400 |      22,800 |      2.3
Nevada .......................|   1,319,800 |   1,440,200 |     120,400 |      9.1
New Hampshire ................|     654,800 |     679,900 |      25,100 |      3.8
New Jersey ...................|   3,957,900 |   4,175,200 |     217,300 |      5.5
                              |             |             |             |       
New Mexico ...................|     798,800 |     845,900 |      47,100 |      5.9
New York .....................|   8,919,100 |   9,375,200 |     456,100 |      5.1
North Carolina ...............|   4,527,500 |   4,712,800 |     185,300 |      4.1
North Dakota .................|     413,100 |     425,900 |      12,800 |      3.1
Ohio .........................|   5,354,300 |   5,467,700 |     113,400 |      2.1
Oklahoma .....................|   1,637,600 |   1,674,400 |      36,800 |      2.2
Oregon .......................|   1,852,900 |   1,936,200 |      83,300 |      4.5
Pennsylvania .................|   5,706,400 |   5,902,300 |     195,900 |      3.4
Rhode Island .................|     474,600 |     491,700 |      17,100 |      3.6
South Carolina ...............|   2,133,600 |   2,191,000 |      57,400 |      2.7
                              |             |             |             |       
South Dakota .................|     436,500 |     445,700 |       9,200 |      2.1
Tennessee ....................|   3,074,500 |   3,199,300 |     124,800 |      4.1
Texas ........................|  12,476,000 |  13,207,600 |     731,600 |      5.9
Utah .........................|   1,592,300 |   1,652,800 |      60,500 |      3.8
Vermont ......................|     289,400 |     299,600 |      10,200 |      3.5
Virginia .....................|   3,911,700 |   4,020,900 |     109,200 |      2.8
Washington ...................|   3,306,200 |   3,475,700 |     169,500 |      5.1
West Virginia ................|     684,700 |     696,500 |      11,800 |      1.7
Wisconsin ....................|   2,867,000 |   2,927,900 |      60,900 |      2.1
Wyoming ......................|     276,500 |     284,600 |       8,100 |      2.9
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   (p) = preliminary.




Technical Note

   This news release presents civilian labor force and unemployment data for states
   and selected substate areas from the Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS)
   program (tables 1 and 2). Also presented are nonfarm payroll employment estimates
   by state and industry supersector from the Current Employment Statistics (CES)
   program (tables 3 and 4). The LAUS and CES programs are both federal-state cooperative
   endeavors.

Civilian labor force and unemployment--from the LAUS program

   Definitions. The civilian labor force and unemployment data are based on the same
   concepts and definitions as those used for the official national estimates obtained
   from the Current Population Survey (CPS), a sample survey of households that is
   conducted for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) by the U.S. Census Bureau.
   The LAUS program measures employed people and unemployed people on a place-of-
   residence basis. The universe for each is the civilian noninstitutional population
   16 years of age and older. Employed people are those who did any work at all for
   pay or profit in the reference week (typically the week including the 12th of the
   month) or worked 15 hours or more without pay in a family business or farm, plus
   those not working who had a job from which they were temporarily absent, whether
   or not paid, for such reasons as bad weather, labor-management dispute, illness,
   or vacation. 
     
   Unemployed people are those who were not employed during the reference week
   (based on the definition above), had actively looked for a job sometime in the
   4-week period ending with the reference week, and were currently available for
   work; people on layoff expecting recall need not be looking for work to be counted 
   as unemployed. The civilian labor force is the sum of employed and unemployed people.
   The unemployment rate is the number of unemployed as a percent of the civilian labor
   force.

   Method of estimation. Estimates for 48 states, the District of Columbia, the Los
   Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale metropolitan division, New York City, and the balances
   of California and New York State are produced using time-series models. This method,
   which underwent substantial enhancement at the beginning of 2021, utilizes data from
   several sources, including the CPS, the CES, and state unemployment insurance (UI) 
   programs. Estimates for the state of California are derived by summing the estimates
   for the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale metropolitan division and the balance of
   California. Similarly, estimates for New York State are derived by summing the estimates
   for New York City and the balance of New York State. Estimates for the five additional
   substate areas contained in this release (the Cleveland-Elyria and Detroit-Warren-
   Dearborn metropolitan areas and the Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights, Miami-
   Miami Beach-Kendall, and Seattle-Bellevue-Everett metropolitan divisions) and their
   respective balances of state are produced using a similar model-based approach.
    
   Each month, estimates for the nine census divisions first are modeled using inputs
   from the CPS only and controlled to the national totals. State estimates then are
   controlled to their respective census division totals. Substate and balance-of-state
   estimates for the five areas noted above also are controlled to their respective state
   totals. This tiered process of controlling model-based estimates to the U.S. totals is 
   called real-time benchmarking. Estimates for Puerto Rico are derived from a monthly
   household survey similar to the CPS. A more detailed description of the estimation
   procedures is available from BLS upon request.
   
   Annual revisions. Civilian labor force and unemployment data for prior years reflect
   adjustments made after the end of each year. The adjusted estimates reflect updated
   population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, any revisions in the other data sources,
   and model re-estimation. In most years, historical data for the most recent five years
   are revised near the beginning of each calendar year, prior to the release of January
   estimates. With the introduction of a new generation of time-series models in 2021,
   historical data were re-estimated back to the series beginnings in 1976, 1990, or 1994.

   Seasonal adjustment. The LAUS models decompose the estimates of employed and unemployed 
   people into trend, seasonal, and irregular components. The benchmarked signals of 
   employed and unemployed people first are adjusted using an X-11 type of seasonal 
   adjustment filter. The adjusted data then are smoothed using a Reproducing Kernel 
   Hilbert Space (RKHS) filter. The smoothed-seasonally adjusted estimates of employed and 
   unemployed people are summed to derive the civilian labor force, and the unemployment 
   rate then is calculated as the unemployed percent of the civilian labor force. The 
   resulting smoothed-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate estimates are analyzed in this 
   news release and published on the BLS website.  

   During estimation for the current year, the smoothed-seasonally adjusted estimates
   for a given month are created using an asymmetric filter that incorporates information
   from previous observations only. For annual revisions, historical data are smoothed
   using a two-sided filter.
   
   Area definitions. The substate area data published in this release reflect the
   delineations that were issued by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget on April 10,
   2018. A detailed list of the geographic definitions is available online at
   www.bls.gov/lau/lausmsa.htm. 

Employment--from the CES program

   Definitions. Employment data refer to persons on establishment payrolls who receive
   pay for any part of the pay period that includes the 12th of the month. Persons are
   counted at their place of work rather than at their place of residence; those appearing
   on more than one payroll are counted on each payroll. Industries are classified on
   the basis of their principal activity in accordance with the 2017 version of the North 
   American Industry Classification System. 

   Method of estimation. CES State and Area employment data are produced using several
   estimation procedures. Where possible, these data are produced using a "weighted link
   relative" estimation technique in which a ratio of current-month weighted employment
   to that of the previous-month weighted employment is computed from a sample of
   establishments reporting for both months. The estimates of employment for the current 
   month are then obtained by multiplying these ratios by the previous month's employment
   estimates. The weighted link relative technique is utilized for data series where
   the sample size meets certain statistical criteria. For some employment series, the
   estimates are produced with a model that uses direct sample estimates (described
   above) combined with other regressors to compensate for smaller sample sizes. 
    
   Annual revisions. Employment estimates are adjusted annually to a complete count
   of jobs, called benchmarks, derived principally from tax reports that are submitted
   by employers who are covered under state unemployment insurance (UI) laws. The
   benchmark information is used to adjust the monthly estimates between the new
   benchmark and the preceding one and also to establish the level of employment
   for the new benchmark month. Thus, the benchmarking process establishes the
   level of employment, and the sample is used to measure the month-to-month
   changes in the level for the subsequent months. Information on recent benchmark
   revisions is available online at www.bls.gov/web/laus/benchmark.pdf.

   Seasonal adjustment. Payroll employment data are seasonally adjusted at the
   statewide expanded supersector level. In some cases, the seasonally adjusted
   payroll employment total is computed by aggregating the independently adjusted
   supersector series. In other cases, the seasonally adjusted payroll employment
   total is independently adjusted. Revisions to historical data for the most recent
   five years are made once a year, coincident with annual benchmark adjustments.
     
   Payroll employment data are seasonally adjusted concurrently, using all available 
   estimates including those for the current month, to develop sample-based seasonal
   factors. Concurrent sample-based factors are created every month for the current 
   month's preliminary estimate as well as the previous month's final estimate.

   Caution on aggregating state data. State estimation procedures are designed to
   produce accurate data for each individual state. BLS independently develops a
   national employment series; state estimates are not forced to sum to national
   totals. Each state series is subject to larger relative sampling and nonsampling
   errors than the national series. Summing state estimates cumulates individual 
   state-level errors and can cause significant distortions at an aggregate level.
   Due to these statistical limitations, BLS does not compile a "sum-of-states" 
   employment series and cautions users that such a series is subject to a relatively
   large and volatile error structure.

Reliability of the estimates

   The estimates presented in this release are based on sample surveys, administrative
   data, and modeling and, thus, are subject to sampling and other types of errors.
   Sampling error is a measure of sampling variability—that is, variation that occurs
   by chance because a sample rather than the entire population is surveyed. Survey
   data also are subject to nonsampling errors, such as those which can be introduced
   into the data collection and processing operations. Estimates not directly derived
   from sample surveys are subject to additional errors resulting from the specific
   estimation processes used.

   Use of error measures. Changes in state unemployment rates and state nonfarm payroll
   employment are cited in the analysis of this release only if they have been determined
   to be statistically significant at the 90-percent confidence level. Furthermore, state
   unemployment rates for the current month generally are cited only if they have been
   determined to be significantly different from the U.S. rate at the 90-percent confidence
   level. The underlying model-based standard error measures for unemployment rates
   and over-the-month and over-the-year changes in rates are available at 
   www.bls.gov/lau/lastderr.htm. The underlying standard error measures for 1-month,
   3-month, and 12-month changes in payroll employment data at the total nonfarm and
   supersector levels for states, and total nonfarm level for metropolitan areas and
   divisions, are available at www.bls.gov/web/laus/790stderr.htm. Measures of nonsampling
   error are not available.

Additional information

   Estimates of civilian labor force and unemployment from the LAUS program, as well
   as nonfarm payroll employment from the CES program, for metropolitan areas and
   metropolitan divisions are available in the news release Metropolitan Area Employment
   and Unemployment. Estimates of civilian labor force, employed people, unemployed
   people, and unemployment rates for approximately 7,500 subnational areas are
   available online at www.bls.gov/lau/. Employment data from the CES program for
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LABOR FORCE DATA
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

Table 1. Civilian labor force and unemployment by state and selected area, seasonally adjusted
State and area Civilian labor force Unemployed
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Number Percent of labor force
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)

Alabama

2,250,687 2,250,343 2,260,562 2,270,463 82,443 69,125 68,663 65,485 3.7 3.1 3.0 2.9

Alaska

351,509 361,049 361,562 361,758 24,678 20,069 19,243 18,085 7.0 5.6 5.3 5.0

Arizona

3,503,517 3,536,281 3,543,498 3,548,773 204,082 129,647 125,834 116,880 5.8 3.7 3.6 3.3

Arkansas

1,332,788 1,334,809 1,339,399 1,343,907 61,923 42,610 42,189 41,442 4.6 3.2 3.1 3.1

California

18,781,662 19,048,755 19,068,225 19,131,273 1,581,745 1,089,654 1,011,994 933,686 8.4 5.7 5.3 4.9

Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale(1)

4,977,821 5,002,750 5,006,910 5,022,725 522,726 343,833 314,426 289,817 10.5 6.9 6.3 5.8

Colorado

3,136,851 3,187,407 3,199,344 3,211,692 191,313 132,294 127,172 118,216 6.1 4.2 4.0 3.7

Connecticut

1,847,871 1,867,297 1,869,116 1,879,419 128,969 98,820 91,096 86,167 7.0 5.3 4.9 4.6

Delaware

495,500 498,190 498,219 498,638 28,539 23,853 23,005 22,593 5.8 4.8 4.6 4.5

District of Columbia

376,646 385,288 384,825 385,337 25,013 24,315 23,365 23,022 6.6 6.3 6.1 6.0

Florida

10,187,675 10,448,575 10,470,721 10,513,164 545,718 363,397 347,444 339,259 5.4 3.5 3.3 3.2

Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall(1)

1,295,021 1,315,910 1,322,851 1,333,276 85,339 47,457 44,466 45,202 6.6 3.6 3.4 3.4

Georgia

5,171,797 5,215,626 5,234,632 5,251,130 229,267 168,339 166,214 165,045 4.4 3.2 3.2 3.1

Hawaii

662,910 673,171 672,596 672,576 44,058 28,995 28,245 27,667 6.6 4.3 4.2 4.1

Idaho

912,023 924,378 927,196 932,278 35,601 27,410 26,126 24,741 3.9 3.0 2.8 2.7

Illinois

6,289,392 6,377,956 6,403,328 6,430,758 423,721 317,538 308,455 299,254 6.7 5.0 4.8 4.7

Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights(1)

3,668,946 3,762,780 3,784,426 3,804,212 264,478 192,378 186,295 180,678 7.2 5.1 4.9 4.7

Indiana

3,337,111 3,304,817 3,315,935 3,332,239 140,590 79,993 75,332 71,904 4.2 2.4 2.3 2.2

Iowa

1,671,505 1,680,392 1,686,648 1,692,502 73,846 62,735 59,499 55,445 4.4 3.7 3.5 3.3

Kansas

1,493,937 1,495,634 1,496,305 1,499,603 51,898 38,997 37,248 36,788 3.5 2.6 2.5 2.5

Kentucky

2,023,506 2,054,057 2,056,085 2,060,065 94,391 90,745 86,500 82,129 4.7 4.4 4.2 4.0

Louisiana

2,062,079 2,069,077 2,078,228 2,089,731 126,442 89,808 89,275 87,800 6.1 4.3 4.3 4.2

Maine

682,910 679,474 680,015 679,433 32,508 28,181 26,870 24,787 4.8 4.1 4.0 3.6

Maryland

3,146,948 3,196,602 3,194,561 3,198,116 179,145 171,253 159,192 148,224 5.7 5.4 5.0 4.6

Massachusetts

3,735,369 3,766,929 3,772,543 3,775,288 238,659 180,304 175,888 160,609 6.4 4.8 4.7 4.3

Michigan

4,753,677 4,795,131 4,804,242 4,819,131 295,928 233,572 227,972 214,374 6.2 4.9 4.7 4.4

Detroit-Warren-Dearborn(2)

2,096,876 2,131,569 2,139,723 2,145,294 139,511 107,738 106,429 100,971 6.7 5.1 5.0 4.7

Minnesota

3,007,868 3,045,355 3,059,493 3,071,594 110,689 88,808 82,939 75,536 3.7 2.9 2.7 2.5

Mississippi

1,258,348 1,252,196 1,255,930 1,259,602 80,162 57,444 56,474 52,887 6.4 4.6 4.5 4.2

Missouri

3,058,949 3,075,764 3,080,111 3,087,759 147,643 118,044 114,288 109,747 4.8 3.8 3.7 3.6

Montana

545,192 555,054 556,361 558,466 19,848 15,219 14,268 13,106 3.6 2.7 2.6 2.3

Nebraska

1,043,369 1,056,446 1,057,000 1,058,891 27,423 23,535 22,331 21,068 2.6 2.2 2.1 2.0

Nevada

1,520,768 1,493,909 1,498,303 1,503,263 140,120 77,051 76,158 75,555 9.2 5.2 5.1 5.0

New Hampshire

755,492 755,532 756,659 758,616 29,266 22,154 20,472 18,589 3.9 2.9 2.7 2.5

New Jersey

4,657,234 4,641,835 4,622,687 4,618,709 322,610 238,299 212,913 193,270 6.9 5.1 4.6 4.2

New Mexico

939,497 944,728 947,443 948,386 68,075 55,435 53,118 50,412 7.2 5.9 5.6 5.3

New York

9,548,482 9,386,918 9,369,054 9,376,546 758,289 498,661 458,954 431,255 7.9 5.3 4.9 4.6

New York City

4,140,646 4,002,747 3,977,372 3,968,220 465,753 302,417 274,577 257,301 11.2 7.6 6.9 6.5

North Carolina

4,919,387 5,007,104 5,015,299 5,030,542 258,037 197,415 187,183 177,303 5.2 3.9 3.7 3.5

North Dakota

406,489 408,106 409,405 409,949 17,338 12,470 12,017 11,684 4.3 3.1 2.9 2.9

Ohio

5,721,886 5,743,974 5,749,599 5,763,448 326,529 246,218 241,778 236,851 5.7 4.3 4.2 4.1

Cleveland-Elyria(2)

1,001,434 1,020,029 1,018,042 1,017,696 62,692 53,622 53,572 55,048 6.3 5.3 5.3 5.4

Oklahoma

1,858,470 1,850,707 1,853,819 1,862,120 86,934 49,607 49,005 49,404 4.7 2.7 2.6 2.7

Oregon

2,143,183 2,166,854 2,174,003 2,184,140 129,866 91,904 86,874 82,688 6.1 4.2 4.0 3.8

Pennsylvania

6,443,504 6,371,408 6,370,062 6,387,365 455,647 341,023 327,861 313,010 7.1 5.4 5.1 4.9

Rhode Island

568,817 568,890 568,599 568,879 34,049 23,989 22,345 19,560 6.0 4.2 3.9 3.4

South Carolina

2,355,006 2,374,542 2,378,347 2,384,364 101,358 82,242 82,614 80,772 4.3 3.5 3.5 3.4

South Dakota

465,632 470,664 471,304 472,658 14,737 12,968 12,424 11,610 3.2 2.8 2.6 2.5

Tennessee

3,314,337 3,346,464 3,356,786 3,370,618 161,884 116,748 113,871 109,087 4.9 3.5 3.4 3.2

Texas

14,137,958 14,333,539 14,373,632 14,414,591 904,255 687,991 675,048 634,819 6.4 4.8 4.7 4.4

Utah

1,670,033 1,693,957 1,697,136 1,705,513 50,214 37,357 35,244 33,390 3.0 2.2 2.1 2.0

Vermont

327,547 329,365 330,023 331,412 12,547 9,943 9,527 8,783 3.8 3.0 2.9 2.7

Virginia

4,271,368 4,277,852 4,292,097 4,311,629 191,461 139,334 136,023 131,101 4.5 3.3 3.2 3.0

Washington

3,877,979 3,960,412 3,981,799 4,003,490 226,794 173,859 170,116 166,226 5.8 4.4 4.3 4.2

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett(1)

1,704,018 1,735,521 1,745,797 1,753,344 88,305 60,675 58,573 54,788 5.2 3.5 3.4 3.1

West Virginia

784,953 793,335 793,816 794,175 44,282 32,197 30,784 29,066 5.6 4.1 3.9 3.7

Wisconsin

3,131,595 3,137,011 3,139,677 3,144,673 135,838 93,107 90,778 88,516 4.3 3.0 2.9 2.8

Wyoming

290,946 290,102 290,282 290,365 14,407 11,039 10,591 9,878 5.0 3.8 3.6 3.4

Puerto Rico

1,140,362 1,209,935 1,215,116 1,216,611 93,204 86,434 83,051 79,670 8.2 7.1 6.8 6.5

Footnotes
(1) Metropolitan division.
(2) Metropolitan statistical area.
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data refer to place of residence. Data for Puerto Rico are derived from a monthly household survey similar to the Current Population Survey. Area definitions are based on Office of Management and Budget Bulletin No. 18-03, dated April 10, 2018, and are available on the BLS website at https://www.bls.gov/lau/lausmsa.htm. Estimates for the latest month are subject to revision the following month.


LABOR FORCE DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

Table 2. Civilian labor force and unemployment by state and selected area, not seasonally adjusted
State and area Civilian labor force Unemployed
February March Number Percent of labor force
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) February March February March
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p)

Alabama

2,245,086 2,282,284 2,240,631 2,281,792 90,280 70,038 81,602 56,553 4.0 3.1 3.6 2.5

Alaska

347,094 358,912 347,584 357,679 27,094 19,820 26,831 18,321 7.8 5.5 7.7 5.1

Arizona

3,500,114 3,575,703 3,507,434 3,565,640 212,730 127,819 200,107 100,583 6.1 3.6 5.7 2.8

Arkansas

1,329,596 1,349,554 1,333,827 1,353,653 71,942 51,418 63,044 43,909 5.4 3.8 4.7 3.2

California

18,786,310 19,336,327 18,800,220 19,374,110 1,670,382 940,597 1,622,335 823,020 8.9 4.9 8.6 4.2

Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale(1)

4,982,248 5,083,253 4,988,683 5,072,344 532,176 272,866 519,169 247,710 10.7 5.4 10.4 4.9

Colorado

3,118,541 3,228,396 3,119,190 3,224,391 197,389 129,755 194,294 113,740 6.3 4.0 6.2 3.5

Connecticut

1,830,706 1,875,377 1,839,446 1,898,714 142,795 94,528 135,893 81,127 7.8 5.0 7.4 4.3

Delaware

493,300 498,126 496,699 498,838 30,055 23,217 29,426 23,214 6.1 4.7 5.9 4.7

District of Columbia

377,008 386,239 377,021 386,738 24,737 21,639 24,808 21,938 6.6 5.6 6.6 5.7

Florida

10,153,076 10,533,849 10,151,654 10,544,018 561,605 322,010 533,837 284,340 5.5 3.1 5.3 2.7

Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall(1)

1,301,452 1,356,262 1,277,195 1,333,669 85,903 37,502 86,297 39,406 6.6 2.8 6.8 3.0

Georgia

5,178,850 5,295,529 5,186,684 5,306,586 241,536 173,819 225,608 175,518 4.7 3.3 4.3 3.3

Hawaii

657,610 672,090 659,436 669,338 43,006 25,511 38,749 23,191 6.5 3.8 5.9 3.5

Idaho

908,794 934,493 908,745 944,853 44,104 30,467 40,922 29,280 4.9 3.3 4.5 3.1

Illinois

6,249,679 6,432,523 6,257,339 6,458,110 456,786 321,905 419,661 302,487 7.3 5.0 6.7 4.7

Chicago-Naperville-Arlington Heights(1)

3,639,271 3,820,409 3,654,404 3,828,338 273,796 186,315 250,074 171,120 7.5 4.9 6.8 4.5

Indiana

3,301,704 3,348,010 3,319,913 3,363,596 155,609 89,696 152,000 91,475 4.7 2.7 4.6 2.7

Iowa

1,669,326 1,709,911 1,669,835 1,700,614 84,543 60,995 79,770 55,869 5.1 3.6 4.8 3.3

Kansas

1,491,577 1,501,749 1,487,544 1,505,842 56,733 39,093 52,025 43,633 3.8 2.6 3.5 2.9

Kentucky

2,006,677 2,048,211 2,025,059 2,071,223 103,897 82,821 103,623 87,187 5.2 4.0 5.1 4.2

Louisiana

2,030,031 2,078,942 2,047,172 2,097,026 118,191 80,060 113,912 80,667 5.8 3.9 5.6 3.8

Maine

675,348 675,761 677,577 675,623 37,077 28,274 36,601 27,455 5.5 4.2 5.4 4.1

Maryland

3,130,267 3,174,362 3,149,626 3,208,139 190,341 140,327 188,437 139,303 6.1 4.4 6.0 4.3

Massachusetts

3,723,612 3,759,275 3,727,618 3,782,686 269,767 160,202 249,178 142,458 7.2 4.3 6.7 3.8

Michigan

4,725,011 4,817,944 4,742,773 4,853,977 319,807 254,737 314,738 217,487 6.8 5.3 6.6 4.5

Detroit-Warren-Dearborn(2)

2,072,607 2,149,221 2,091,920 2,148,198 145,411 116,177 144,840 99,508 7.0 5.4 6.9 4.6

Minnesota

3,003,994 3,083,087 3,000,619 3,082,725 137,228 81,175 132,263 84,846 4.6 2.6 4.4 2.8

Mississippi

1,251,704 1,265,710 1,252,474 1,264,662 82,640 56,211 80,113 44,343 6.6 4.4 6.4 3.5

Missouri

3,044,490 3,081,161 3,045,280 3,080,060 165,596 114,104 154,191 109,399 5.4 3.7 5.1 3.6

Montana

541,608 558,586 544,265 562,851 25,009 16,940 23,608 15,919 4.6 3.0 4.3 2.8

Nebraska

1,042,290 1,056,440 1,042,362 1,063,139 34,616 24,528 31,163 24,208 3.3 2.3 3.0 2.3

Nevada

1,522,732 1,507,280 1,516,751 1,503,227 144,122 70,565 136,196 66,387 9.5 4.7 9.0 4.4

New Hampshire

756,139 761,760 755,354 763,446 34,948 18,743 32,912 18,308 4.6 2.5 4.4 2.4

New Jersey

4,657,496 4,610,851 4,661,726 4,639,318 361,559 207,310 340,098 190,122 7.8 4.5 7.3 4.1

New Mexico

937,649 949,471 931,884 943,911 68,322 46,338 64,210 43,099 7.3 4.9 6.9 4.6

New York

9,340,538 9,400,085 9,552,051 9,442,439 861,392 477,134 789,070 446,066 9.2 5.1 8.3 4.7

New York City

3,973,098 4,000,729 4,161,200 3,989,210 509,331 262,513 469,141 244,118 12.8 6.6 11.3 6.1

North Carolina

4,906,409 5,032,835 4,927,647 5,085,521 282,517 185,637 259,442 182,334 5.8 3.7 5.3 3.6

North Dakota

402,452 407,300 403,208 406,134 20,941 12,661 19,720 13,306 5.2 3.1 4.9 3.3

Ohio

5,690,029 5,755,468 5,696,967 5,779,369 369,552 273,629 339,941 253,970 6.5 4.8 6.0 4.4

Cleveland-Elyria(2)

993,848 1,006,806 990,248 1,008,155 73,967 64,370 64,831 67,616 7.4 6.4 6.5 6.7

Oklahoma

1,852,029 1,862,952 1,850,247 1,883,039 94,595 58,759 80,419 55,091 5.1 3.2 4.3 2.9

Oregon

2,125,838 2,184,960 2,144,981 2,203,720 143,174 85,488 139,822 87,787 6.7 3.9 6.5 4.0

Pennsylvania

6,421,847 6,352,104 6,394,362 6,403,341 485,503 316,045 450,900 292,496 7.6 5.0 7.1 4.6

Rhode Island

567,330 571,914 565,056 569,843 39,893 25,486 34,656 16,833 7.0 4.5 6.1 3.0

South Carolina

2,351,686 2,390,412 2,357,430 2,397,684 113,005 98,232 103,402 79,433 4.8 4.1 4.4 3.3

South Dakota

460,749 469,672 462,717 473,417 17,438 13,782 16,430 11,955 3.8 2.9 3.6 2.5

Tennessee

3,301,994 3,388,635 3,304,743 3,393,916 170,900 112,430 163,521 102,471 5.2 3.3 4.9 3.0

Texas

14,143,980 14,539,759 14,143,869 14,536,934 967,719 685,161 915,304 562,969 6.8 4.7 6.5 3.9

Utah

1,669,753 1,711,797 1,667,015 1,731,036 59,774 36,470 53,054 35,775 3.6 2.1 3.2 2.1

Vermont

325,774 330,969 327,725 334,426 14,195 9,238 14,421 7,879 4.4 2.8 4.4 2.4

Virginia

4,258,485 4,304,718 4,271,427 4,339,357 201,752 125,842 193,867 117,570 4.7 2.9 4.5 2.7

Washington

3,884,574 4,055,256 3,882,427 4,052,136 258,942 186,873 239,333 175,387 6.7 4.6 6.2 4.3

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett(1)

1,720,794 1,787,752 1,712,736 1,771,402 92,571 54,198 89,810 45,848 5.4 3.0 5.2 2.6

West Virginia

780,140 791,945 777,455 785,436 52,970 35,806 48,533 31,716 6.8 4.5 6.2 4.0

Wisconsin

3,112,165 3,137,147 3,114,001 3,139,733 156,727 107,168 148,520 105,181 5.0 3.4 4.8 3.3

Wyoming

290,079 288,712 289,646 290,048 17,366 11,560 15,737 10,758 6.0 4.0 5.4 3.7

Puerto Rico

1,122,160 1,221,134 1,150,909 1,214,827 88,654 73,617 84,963 70,320 7.9 6.0 7.4 5.8

Footnotes
(1) Metropolitan division.
(2) Metropolitan statistical area.
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data refer to place of residence. Data for Puerto Rico are derived from a monthly household survey similar to the Current Population Survey. Area definitions are based on Office of Management and Budget Bulletin No. 18-03, dated April 10, 2018, and are available on the BLS website at https://www.bls.gov/lau/lausmsa.htm. Estimates for the latest month are subject to revision the following month.


ESTABLISHMENT DATA
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, seasonally adjusted
[In thousands]
State Total(1) Construction Manufacturing
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)

Alabama

2,030.5 2,055.8 2,064.1 2,066.5 93.5 98.7 98.0 98.9 263.2 266.0 267.9 266.8

Alaska

310.7 316.9 315.8 315.7 15.8 16.3 16.5 16.7 12.0 12.9 11.3 11.2

Arizona

2,920.7 3,022.3 3,033.2 3,029.5 177.7 181.0 181.6 182.6 180.3 184.7 186.1 186.8

Arkansas

1,273.2 1,309.0 1,308.8 1,308.5 55.1 55.6 55.2 55.5 157.1 161.0 161.2 161.7

California

16,354.5 17,200.8 17,336.2 17,396.4 885.3 885.5 907.0 915.9 1,268.5 1,288.6 1,294.4 1,297.3


Colorado

2,703.3 2,812.8 2,828.7 2,834.5 176.8 181.4 184.2 181.9 147.7 152.3 152.9 153.9

Connecticut

1,598.7 1,636.4 1,641.8 1,646.4 59.4 61.6 61.4 62.7 153.0 157.4 158.1 158.4

Delaware(2)

447.6 453.4 455.5 456.9 23.1 23.6 23.9 23.6 24.7 25.1 25.4 25.7

District of Columbia(2)

728.9 761.7 762.9 763.8 15.1 15.3 15.2 15.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

Florida

8,733.7 9,176.5 9,221.3 9,231.5 573.2 586.0 589.2 588.1 384.2 396.1 400.7 405.2


Georgia

4,506.0 4,699.7 4,728.3 4,740.4 204.2 209.2 205.3 205.2 390.4 404.3 407.5 408.6

Hawaii(2)

564.2 597.3 600.2 599.9 37.4 36.3 36.8 37.1 11.8 12.2 12.3 12.4

Idaho

787.1 813.6 812.9 812.5 59.3 61.2 61.7 61.7 70.4 72.3 72.0 71.5

Illinois

5,756.1 5,951.0 5,976.1 5,994.4 222.0 222.0 220.9 221.3 554.7 561.6 565.3 566.3

Indiana

3,058.4 3,150.7 3,163.1 3,172.0 146.9 157.8 159.5 160.9 523.1 534.6 536.7 538.8


Iowa

1,531.2 1,556.4 1,565.2 1,563.7 77.4 79.6 79.8 80.2 217.3 222.0 223.2 223.4

Kansas

1,370.3 1,385.6 1,392.5 1,390.2 63.8 67.2 68.1 67.2 160.7 163.6 164.5 164.5

Kentucky

1,891.7 1,929.9 1,936.2 1,938.1 78.8 79.9 79.2 77.9 243.7 238.7 241.1 237.2

Louisiana

1,859.1 1,902.4 1,905.2 1,905.1 124.8 131.8 132.6 134.3 128.3 132.1 133.9 134.1

Maine

619.5 631.6 635.1 638.7 31.8 33.2 32.7 32.4 53.6 54.8 55.0 55.3


Maryland

2,621.1 2,684.9 2,699.3 2,703.2 161.1 160.9 162.4 164.1 109.2 109.8 109.6 109.2

Massachusetts

3,464.7 3,607.8 3,630.1 3,651.1 163.2 170.4 171.8 171.9 230.9 235.0 236.9 237.5

Michigan

4,156.2 4,303.0 4,315.4 4,330.3 174.0 178.7 179.7 180.5 588.3 596.7 595.4 603.5

Minnesota

2,828.4 2,869.3 2,882.3 2,893.8 127.4 128.0 128.2 128.3 311.3 320.0 322.2 324.5

Mississippi

1,128.6 1,158.6 1,160.7 1,158.1 43.6 48.8 49.1 47.5 141.8 149.2 149.1 150.0


Missouri

2,822.2 2,895.3 2,904.5 2,904.3 130.6 137.0 138.3 140.3 270.4 272.6 272.8 270.7

Montana

487.8 503.5 504.7 505.2 32.7 34.0 34.8 34.3 21.1 22.5 22.5 22.5

Nebraska

1,002.6 1,012.4 1,025.0 1,025.4 55.7 56.2 57.5 57.3 99.1 101.2 101.6 101.3

Nevada

1,319.8 1,427.8 1,435.3 1,440.2 97.3 97.4 98.3 99.3 59.3 63.2 63.7 63.9

New Hampshire

654.8 671.6 676.7 679.9 28.5 30.3 30.4 30.8 67.4 68.6 68.7 68.5


New Jersey

3,957.9 4,128.2 4,157.4 4,175.2 156.0 161.4 162.6 162.9 239.9 241.9 243.0 244.0

New Mexico

798.8 836.1 842.5 845.9 47.7 49.5 51.0 52.7 27.6 29.0 29.4 29.5

New York

8,919.1 9,313.9 9,347.1 9,375.2 379.1 379.0 383.7 380.0 405.8 413.8 416.4 418.9

North Carolina

4,527.5 4,665.6 4,694.7 4,712.8 237.2 239.6 239.5 243.7 462.2 464.9 469.5 472.7

North Dakota

413.1 424.9 426.2 425.9 25.2 26.0 26.3 26.7 25.9 26.7 26.8 27.0


Ohio

5,354.3 5,432.7 5,449.4 5,467.7 223.4 237.2 235.0 235.7 664.2 674.7 674.3 677.2

Oklahoma

1,637.6 1,660.5 1,671.7 1,674.4 78.2 76.8 76.9 78.1 128.7 130.2 131.8 132.1

Oregon

1,852.9 1,920.9 1,930.6 1,936.2 111.4 113.8 116.0 117.5 185.7 192.3 192.7 193.5

Pennsylvania

5,706.4 5,856.4 5,886.5 5,902.3 254.7 252.3 251.3 252.5 541.3 548.2 558.6 558.2

Rhode Island

474.6 487.0 491.3 491.7 19.9 20.1 21.2 21.6 38.4 39.2 39.8 39.9


South Carolina

2,133.6 2,178.4 2,198.4 2,191.0 104.5 104.6 105.0 105.1 248.4 254.3 255.0 255.0

South Dakota

436.5 442.4 443.1 445.7 25.4 25.3 25.1 26.9 43.5 44.0 44.3 43.7

Tennessee

3,074.5 3,173.2 3,191.2 3,199.3 134.9 139.0 143.3 143.6 348.1 356.4 358.6 358.2

Texas

12,476.0 13,106.3 13,177.5 13,207.6 734.0 755.5 761.4 765.8 867.3 890.3 897.0 902.6

Utah

1,592.3 1,644.8 1,654.0 1,652.8 121.3 124.8 127.6 128.8 143.9 148.5 148.2 149.3


Vermont

289.4 298.9 299.7 299.6 15.0 15.7 15.8 15.7 28.6 28.8 28.9 28.8

Virginia

3,911.7 3,993.6 4,018.2 4,020.9 205.3 204.5 206.9 207.2 238.6 235.1 236.0 235.8

Washington

3,306.2 3,438.9 3,466.9 3,475.7 221.4 228.1 229.9 231.2 258.1 260.8 262.0 263.2

West Virginia

684.7 693.5 697.0 696.5 31.9 33.1 33.0 32.4 45.4 45.5 45.9 46.2

Wisconsin

2,867.0 2,904.0 2,926.9 2,927.9 125.9 129.1 130.3 130.6 464.2 473.8 477.4 478.3

Wyoming

276.5 283.1 285.6 284.6 20.7 22.7 23.4 23.0 9.7 9.8 9.8 9.8


Puerto Rico

861.0 900.2 906.2 908.2 28.7 30.7 30.9 30.9 76.6 80.4 81.7 82.0

Virgin Islands(3)

34.8 34.7 34.9 35.1 2.7 2.3 2.3 2.3 - - - -

Footnotes
(1) Includes mining and logging, information, and other services (except public administration), not shown separately.
(2) Mining and logging is combined with construction.
(3) Missing series (denoted by '-') are not published seasonally adjusted because the seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, seasonally adjusted-Continued
[In thousands]
State Trade, transportation, and utilities Financial activities Professional and business services
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)

Alabama

393.5 399.7 403.7 403.7 97.7 97.3 98.2 97.1 250.3 250.1 251.6 252.9

Alaska

62.2 63.1 63.5 63.2 10.9 10.9 10.9 11.1 26.4 26.8 26.7 26.6

Arizona

577.1 604.0 607.4 607.8 245.9 244.9 244.7 244.9 443.9 450.6 454.0 453.2

Arkansas

253.8 265.2 267.0 267.8 65.8 66.4 66.7 66.7 142.8 152.6 149.4 148.8

California

3,022.2 3,098.5 3,129.2 3,134.5 821.6 825.9 830.1 833.7 2,669.9 2,777.3 2,796.0 2,806.4


Colorado

484.7 495.6 499.3 498.9 177.1 180.0 179.9 180.4 444.8 468.9 473.8 475.1

Connecticut

290.0 292.9 296.9 297.8 118.8 117.6 118.3 117.7 210.9 213.7 212.1 215.0

Delaware

80.2 83.0 83.1 83.2 47.5 47.9 47.8 47.8 62.9 62.7 63.5 63.7

District of Columbia

28.8 30.3 30.7 30.1 28.2 27.4 27.7 27.6 164.2 172.7 173.2 173.8

Florida

1,812.6 1,899.7 1,922.0 1,922.1 611.1 638.6 643.3 647.5 1,420.2 1,504.0 1,510.5 1,519.9


Georgia

951.0 991.0 999.2 999.8 255.8 265.4 265.3 265.6 720.4 760.9 774.2 779.9

Hawaii

105.5 112.1 113.0 112.2 26.7 26.7 26.5 26.4 66.5 68.2 68.6 68.7

Idaho

157.0 163.5 164.9 163.4 38.7 39.5 39.8 40.2 102.4 104.0 104.2 104.6

Illinois

1,179.4 1,211.6 1,223.1 1,219.6 407.3 407.4 406.0 409.8 919.3 962.6 964.6 974.3

Indiana

609.3 620.0 623.2 623.3 143.9 145.4 147.1 148.4 340.3 359.2 363.9 365.2


Iowa

309.1 312.1 314.7 316.6 109.4 108.6 108.5 108.3 139.9 137.7 140.1 140.0

Kansas

265.8 267.6 270.8 270.6 76.6 75.3 74.7 74.0 169.7 169.1 172.2 172.1

Kentucky

410.7 421.6 424.2 425.9 95.8 95.3 95.3 96.8 218.2 224.5 225.6 226.1

Louisiana

365.1 367.7 370.6 368.9 88.9 89.5 89.7 89.8 209.7 217.6 219.6 220.9

Maine

117.7 117.2 118.5 119.5 33.0 33.0 33.2 33.0 71.9 72.5 73.1 74.4


Maryland

463.5 476.1 480.0 480.9 138.5 134.9 135.2 134.9 454.8 466.3 467.9 468.3

Massachusetts

551.9 560.7 566.3 568.3 221.5 217.6 217.4 217.3 599.8 624.9 625.9 633.1

Michigan

774.8 792.8 800.7 802.1 232.0 233.7 235.1 236.4 619.5 652.0 653.7 655.0

Minnesota

514.1 511.7 518.1 520.1 192.0 189.4 187.6 189.4 372.5 376.7 377.1 377.8

Mississippi

235.5 241.5 241.7 240.4 42.3 43.1 43.5 43.1 114.2 115.1 115.9 115.7


Missouri

543.5 555.2 557.6 554.6 179.0 175.2 176.2 176.4 370.8 389.5 391.1 391.1

Montana

96.2 98.8 99.1 99.2 26.8 27.4 27.8 27.9 46.0 48.2 47.8 47.8

Nebraska

193.7 195.4 198.7 199.1 73.0 72.1 72.1 71.5 117.2 118.2 119.1 120.0

Nevada

271.9 285.7 287.8 288.4 68.8 73.6 73.5 72.6 183.5 200.2 200.6 205.4

New Hampshire

138.1 139.2 140.7 141.0 34.5 35.0 35.0 34.9 85.6 93.5 93.2 93.9


New Jersey

858.4 887.0 896.5 900.7 250.4 256.8 256.8 258.0 674.5 703.6 707.2 711.5

New Mexico

134.6 139.1 140.1 140.2 33.5 33.3 33.5 34.0 110.5 113.7 115.1 114.8

New York

1,413.8 1,462.7 1,470.4 1,473.0 703.8 703.9 706.8 707.5 1,264.9 1,322.2 1,325.5 1,331.5

North Carolina

888.1 902.2 905.7 904.4 268.9 277.5 280.2 280.9 665.2 697.0 704.6 706.6

North Dakota

89.1 90.1 91.0 90.8 24.5 24.6 24.7 24.4 32.3 35.1 35.3 34.7


Ohio

1,031.5 1,048.3 1,054.2 1,055.4 307.7 310.5 309.8 308.6 715.7 724.2 726.8 731.0

Oklahoma

312.6 321.8 328.8 325.6 77.6 80.0 80.2 80.5 188.7 193.3 194.5 195.3

Oregon

363.1 367.0 367.8 367.8 103.7 104.9 105.6 107.0 248.2 256.4 257.4 256.5

Pennsylvania

1,102.4 1,136.5 1,151.9 1,150.0 328.4 329.1 328.6 328.8 792.2 812.9 813.7 821.3

Rhode Island

74.8 75.6 76.3 77.1 34.5 34.6 34.5 34.5 67.8 69.4 69.2 69.0


South Carolina

412.5 425.9 429.8 429.4 108.4 112.8 113.5 113.6 293.2 294.9 303.8 298.6

South Dakota

86.6 87.1 87.3 87.3 28.2 28.4 28.3 28.0 33.8 32.7 32.7 34.4

Tennessee

650.8 671.5 674.2 675.3 171.0 175.7 176.6 177.1 433.9 442.2 446.2 447.7

Texas

2,533.2 2,647.3 2,661.6 2,661.3 821.0 858.8 870.2 878.0 1,844.3 1,980.7 1,989.8 1,986.8

Utah

303.6 315.5 318.5 318.4 96.1 97.4 98.2 97.9 232.8 235.4 235.6 231.9


Vermont

51.7 51.2 51.6 51.7 11.9 12.0 12.0 12.1 29.6 30.8 30.6 30.1

Virginia

652.7 664.5 668.7 665.7 210.5 207.0 207.0 206.9 773.3 783.2 788.6 790.2

Washington

649.5 665.4 668.2 667.4 159.5 163.7 165.1 165.7 439.1 463.0 466.6 468.9

West Virginia

122.6 123.6 125.9 125.1 29.4 29.8 29.9 30.1 67.8 68.8 69.2 69.8

Wisconsin

534.7 533.8 537.2 539.7 154.7 154.0 154.8 154.1 316.7 316.5 321.7 321.4

Wyoming

51.2 51.6 52.1 52.2 11.0 11.4 11.4 11.2 19.4 20.2 20.1 20.7


Puerto Rico

172.2 183.3 184.2 183.7 43.7 44.7 44.9 45.1 125.4 132.8 135.0 135.9

Virgin Islands(1)

6.2 6.4 6.5 6.5 - - - - - - - -

Footnotes
(1) Missing series (denoted by '-') are not published seasonally adjusted because the seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, seasonally adjusted-Continued
[In thousands]
State Education and health services Leisure and hospitality Government
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)
Mar.
2021
Jan.
2022
Feb.
2022
Mar.
2022(p)

Alabama

240.1 238.9 239.4 239.9 183.5 192.4 192.8 193.3 386.0 386.8 385.7 386.6

Alaska

50.8 50.5 50.2 50.0 30.5 32.7 33.2 33.2 77.0 77.4 77.0 77.0

Arizona

461.8 470.1 471.8 473.0 285.2 325.0 325.9 321.2 402.4 406.6 405.8 405.5

Arkansas

196.6 194.7 195.5 194.1 111.8 120.4 121.0 121.9 206.3 208.9 208.9 208.7

California

2,776.1 2,864.0 2,882.0 2,891.0 1,447.2 1,816.9 1,842.7 1,857.5 2,423.8 2,503.6 2,505.4 2,505.6


Colorado

347.3 348.6 349.9 349.6 284.3 328.2 331.8 336.0 433.2 444.0 442.3 443.0

Connecticut

333.2 334.3 334.0 334.2 124.1 141.9 144.1 144.6 222.6 226.2 225.6 224.7

Delaware

78.3 76.1 76.4 76.5 43.8 46.7 46.8 47.7 65.6 65.8 66.2 66.4

District of Columbia

120.0 119.7 120.7 121.8 40.3 62.5 62.0 62.6 240.8 240.6 240.4 240.1

Florida

1,331.7 1,351.1 1,356.1 1,357.8 1,043.4 1,212.5 1,206.8 1,201.3 1,090.6 1,096.2 1,094.8 1,091.8


Georgia

596.0 621.8 623.3 625.5 435.5 474.6 478.7 477.7 667.4 669.9 670.3 670.8

Hawaii

83.9 84.7 84.7 84.3 81.1 104.3 105.8 106.2 119.2 119.7 119.5 119.5

Idaho

116.4 118.5 116.8 117.2 81.7 86.7 87.0 87.3 123.8 128.9 127.2 126.9

Illinois

904.7 904.0 908.4 910.4 468.8 547.3 552.9 556.4 769.2 792.7 791.7 791.9

Indiana

467.6 461.1 461.4 463.6 273.3 297.9 296.3 296.0 406.0 417.7 416.5 418.1


Iowa

227.7 224.9 225.1 224.5 123.7 137.9 139.7 136.9 251.7 256.4 257.0 256.9

Kansas

198.9 196.2 196.2 195.7 116.4 123.6 123.9 124.1 249.4 250.5 249.3 248.8

Kentucky

283.8 283.4 282.5 285.8 177.5 195.2 197.2 197.6 292.9 299.4 299.2 299.4

Louisiana

316.4 315.9 316.3 316.4 193.9 211.2 210.8 209.3 313.5 312.5 308.8 308.3

Maine

126.4 124.5 125.2 126.1 58.1 67.1 67.8 67.9 97.5 98.1 98.3 98.4


Maryland

440.7 434.5 439.1 439.7 218.8 244.2 248.3 251.2 496.2 513.9 512.3 510.8

Massachusetts

783.2 802.1 806.7 813.6 272.5 333.1 338.0 341.9 430.2 440.2 441.3 442.1

Michigan

651.8 651.3 648.8 649.4 339.6 396.7 399.5 400.2 568.9 581.2 582.5 583.6

Minnesota

542.7 538.6 542.4 543.3 213.9 245.3 248.1 250.9 401.7 401.3 401.5 402.0

Mississippi

140.0 139.7 140.0 140.2 123.5 132.6 132.7 132.3 233.7 234.9 234.5 234.1


Missouri

481.3 478.0 479.2 482.0 264.1 293.3 295.2 295.7 420.9 426.5 426.2 425.4

Montana

79.8 80.5 80.8 80.4 64.3 69.7 69.8 70.7 90.2 91.2 90.8 91.0

Nebraska

156.2 159.0 159.4 159.3 84.0 88.1 90.1 90.5 169.6 166.9 170.1 170.6

Nevada

147.9 153.1 152.2 152.1 265.8 324.3 328.0 327.5 157.8 160.4 161.1 161.0

New Hampshire

118.2 119.7 121.9 121.1 62.1 64.1 65.7 67.9 84.7 85.4 84.4 84.9


New Jersey

685.6 701.4 707.3 708.4 306.6 363.5 367.8 372.7 568.1 581.2 582.1 582.3

New Mexico

138.6 139.5 140.3 140.4 78.5 96.4 98.3 98.5 174.0 179.7 178.5 178.5

New York

2,043.0 2,062.1 2,072.3 2,084.3 649.4 824.7 835.0 840.8 1,424.4 1,465.4 1,456.5 1,457.1

North Carolina

627.1 634.5 639.6 643.6 437.5 485.4 490.9 492.0 701.8 714.7 714.7 716.9

North Dakota

66.4 66.1 65.9 65.6 36.0 39.1 39.1 38.9 80.4 82.9 82.6 82.8


Ohio

901.1 886.2 889.5 889.9 488.1 524.9 529.1 536.6 751.7 747.0 750.2 753.4

Oklahoma

238.6 232.6 231.7 232.8 161.7 169.8 170.3 170.2 343.2 346.3 346.9 348.1

Oregon

299.6 299.4 301.5 302.0 163.5 198.4 201.0 201.9 278.3 287.3 287.8 288.5

Pennsylvania

1,226.3 1,230.6 1,234.7 1,238.3 450.6 512.6 515.2 520.7 673.4 676.9 675.9 676.0

Rhode Island

102.6 102.9 103.2 103.1 48.6 54.1 55.5 55.4 62.5 63.1 63.8 63.6


South Carolina

254.7 254.9 254.8 254.7 239.3 255.8 258.6 257.1 365.5 362.2 365.4 365.0

South Dakota

73.7 74.6 74.7 73.9 43.8 47.9 48.0 48.4 78.5 78.9 79.3 79.5

Tennessee

438.2 439.6 439.2 443.6 300.9 340.2 343.6 345.1 427.1 428.9 429.4 429.1

Texas

1,714.1 1,757.4 1,770.4 1,775.9 1,232.8 1,384.9 1,398.9 1,402.1 1,942.2 1,980.7 1,973.5 1,974.7

Utah

215.6 221.7 222.7 222.5 142.1 152.9 154.2 153.7 247.0 251.8 252.2 251.8


Vermont

60.2 60.7 60.6 60.6 26.5 31.7 32.7 33.3 52.1 52.7 52.3 52.0

Virginia

533.9 544.4 540.8 543.8 338.7 388.0 393.1 393.4 704.7 706.3 715.7 715.0

Washington

495.5 494.7 500.8 502.0 259.6 314.1 320.6 322.0 552.9 564.2 568.9 568.5

West Virginia

128.7 126.2 126.4 126.8 64.7 70.0 70.4 70.8 147.1 147.4 147.0 145.9

Wisconsin

454.6 444.4 445.0 444.8 238.6 270.5 277.9 274.6 387.2 392.1 390.1 390.6

Wyoming

28.7 28.6 29.0 28.6 35.2 37.7 38.0 37.8 67.6 67.0 67.0 67.1


Puerto Rico

112.6 116.9 117.0 117.5 73.0 83.4 84.5 85.2 196.3 194.0 194.1 194.0

Virgin Islands

2.2 2.3 2.3 2.2 5.4 6.1 6.1 6.1 10.5 10.6 10.7 10.8

Footnotes
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.


ESTABLISHMENT DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 4. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, not seasonally adjusted
[In thousands]
State Total Mining and logging Construction
February March February March February March
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p)

Alabama

2,017.3 2,061.2 2,024.9 2,065.0 9.1 8.4 9.2 8.4 92.6 96.2 93.9 98.4

Alaska

296.7 303.1 299.2 305.6 9.9 10.2 10.1 10.5 13.3 14.2 13.6 14.6

Arizona

2,914.9 3,041.5 2,926.9 3,035.8 11.6 12.4 11.6 12.6 174.4 181.2 176.2 181.5

Arkansas

1,256.4 1,300.2 1,272.2 1,305.5 5.2 5.1 5.2 5.0 52.1 53.0 54.5 54.2

California

16,146.8 17,240.8 16,289.2 17,341.8 18.3 18.9 18.6 19.1 861.9 889.0 867.0 900.7


Colorado

2,667.0 2,813.0 2,685.0 2,826.8 19.4 19.1 19.5 19.7 169.9 177.9 171.9 177.2

Connecticut

1,566.3 1,617.5 1,578.7 1,630.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.5 52.7 55.3 54.7 58.1

Delaware(1)

436.7 447.4 442.3 451.4 - - - - 22.0 22.9 22.9 22.9

District of Columbia(1)

723.2 757.8 726.6 759.4 - - - - 14.9 14.9 15.0 14.8

Florida

8,731.3 9,257.9 8,780.1 9,281.5 5.4 5.3 5.4 5.2 567.9 586.6 573.5 587.8


Georgia

4,473.6 4,717.4 4,496.2 4,735.1 9.5 9.7 9.5 9.8 201.3 202.7 203.3 204.3

Hawaii(1)

558.0 601.8 566.6 601.8 - - - - 36.9 36.6 37.1 36.9

Idaho

772.8 803.2 779.5 805.2 3.8 4.1 3.6 4.1 55.6 58.7 57.3 59.5

Illinois

5,626.4 5,886.1 5,689.9 5,931.1 6.0 6.4 6.3 6.5 189.0 194.0 204.4 202.5

Indiana

3,008.2 3,132.8 3,036.2 3,154.6 4.7 5.1 4.8 5.2 133.7 148.0 139.8 152.8


Iowa

1,500.8 1,543.0 1,513.9 1,546.1 1.8 2.2 2.1 2.2 63.5 67.4 68.3 70.4

Kansas

1,346.9 1,382.2 1,362.6 1,384.9 5.5 5.7 5.7 5.9 56.4 63.8 62.0 64.7

Kentucky

1,851.7 1,916.7 1,876.5 1,924.2 7.3 7.5 7.5 7.5 72.9 74.2 76.0 74.1

Louisiana

1,843.3 1,901.9 1,857.3 1,904.2 28.5 30.7 29.1 31.2 121.4 131.4 125.1 133.9

Maine

598.5 614.4 602.4 618.8 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 29.1 29.4 29.4 29.3


Maryland

2,568.7 2,665.0 2,596.2 2,684.0 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.3 155.8 158.1 158.0 161.2

Massachusetts

3,377.0 3,564.5 3,403.8 3,588.1 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.9 149.4 159.0 152.8 161.2

Michigan

4,083.6 4,257.2 4,111.1 4,286.9 6.2 7.0 6.3 7.1 151.9 163.5 158.7 166.5

Minnesota

2,765.4 2,833.8 2,778.6 2,846.7 5.9 6.3 6.2 6.5 106.2 111.6 111.4 112.0

Mississippi

1,118.2 1,156.8 1,125.2 1,153.7 5.6 5.8 5.8 6.0 42.4 48.0 43.5 47.2


Missouri

2,767.8 2,873.4 2,805.3 2,887.6 4.0 4.4 4.3 4.5 114.5 130.3 126.1 136.2

Montana

473.7 493.5 479.4 496.4 6.4 6.8 6.6 6.9 27.7 30.3 29.8 30.7

Nebraska

983.9 1,013.4 992.9 1,017.6 0.9 1.0 1.0 1.0 49.5 52.9 52.6 54.6

Nevada

1,291.9 1,427.0 1,306.7 1,433.3 14.8 14.6 15.0 14.7 94.0 95.7 96.0 98.9

New Hampshire

645.0 672.4 649.0 672.4 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 26.6 28.6 26.7 28.9


New Jersey

3,869.6 4,081.9 3,906.4 4,119.3 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.3 142.4 150.3 148.9 154.8

New Mexico

788.2 839.4 797.0 845.3 17.7 19.0 17.9 19.3 46.3 50.3 47.2 52.6

New York

8,740.4 9,226.4 8,834.4 9,299.9 4.5 5.0 4.8 5.1 343.2 352.9 357.4 359.6

North Carolina

4,486.7 4,671.5 4,520.6 4,709.1 5.6 5.5 5.7 5.4 233.2 234.9 235.9 241.8

North Dakota

403.9 419.3 407.2 420.2 12.7 14.5 13.0 14.8 19.7 22.1 20.9 23.0


Ohio

5,257.8 5,369.2 5,290.4 5,409.0 8.2 8.4 8.5 8.5 198.2 213.3 208.0 219.9

Oklahoma

1,611.0 1,660.3 1,634.1 1,670.3 26.7 29.2 27.2 30.3 73.3 74.6 77.9 77.0

Oregon

1,814.1 1,913.5 1,843.2 1,926.8 6.5 6.0 6.5 6.1 106.3 111.5 108.5 114.0

Pennsylvania

5,592.0 5,820.3 5,661.6 5,855.2 21.0 22.2 21.4 22.6 227.3 232.1 239.2 238.4

Rhode Island

461.3 480.6 466.1 481.9 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 17.5 19.1 18.2 19.6


South Carolina

2,108.2 2,183.4 2,120.6 2,185.1 4.3 4.5 4.3 4.5 102.5 104.4 103.6 104.7

South Dakota

424.2 434.1 428.1 438.0 0.9 1.0 1.0 1.1 21.2 22.0 22.4 24.0

Tennessee

3,040.8 3,171.2 3,062.5 3,189.2 4.1 4.2 4.1 4.3 129.7 139.5 132.7 142.2

Texas

12,311.3 13,153.8 12,447.6 13,181.6 174.4 196.0 176.4 200.6 708.9 757.2 731.7 759.0

Utah

1,580.5 1,645.5 1,587.9 1,650.8 8.2 9.3 8.4 9.6 116.9 122.8 118.9 126.0


Vermont

287.6 298.3 288.8 297.5 0.7 0.8 0.7 0.8 13.0 13.3 13.2 13.2

Virginia

3,865.5 3,987.8 3,888.6 4,003.0 6.9 7.0 6.9 7.2 199.8 201.4 202.1 203.2

Washington

3,242.8 3,430.7 3,281.2 3,454.1 5.5 5.6 5.5 5.6 212.6 224.9 217.3 230.3

West Virginia

666.7 687.9 677.2 692.4 17.2 18.1 17.2 18.5 26.0 29.7 28.3 30.4

Wisconsin

2,810.1 2,875.3 2,827.9 2,887.4 3.2 3.4 3.3 3.5 107.9 117.0 114.5 119.2

Wyoming

268.1 278.9 270.3 278.5 14.3 15.4 14.3 15.1 18.1 20.7 18.7 20.9


Puerto Rico

848.6 906.4 860.9 909.3 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 27.3 30.9 28.5 31.0

Virgin Islands(1)

34.9 35.1 35.0 35.3 - - - - 2.8 2.3 2.7 2.3

Footnotes
(1) Mining and logging is combined with construction.
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 4. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, not seasonally adjusted-Continued
[In thousands]
State Manufacturing Trade, transportation, and utilities Information
February March February March February March
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p)

Alabama

263.2 267.9 263.3 266.9 389.3 403.5 389.8 401.7 19.1 20.8 19.2 20.8

Alaska

10.5 10.3 10.9 10.6 58.7 59.7 58.8 59.8 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.7

Arizona

179.1 185.6 180.0 186.3 572.6 605.4 572.5 605.6 46.2 48.7 45.8 48.1

Arkansas

155.7 161.1 156.9 161.4 248.7 264.3 251.7 265.9 11.3 12.0 11.3 12.3

California

1,252.4 1,284.7 1,261.0 1,290.7 2,984.0 3,109.6 2,982.4 3,105.5 537.6 586.8 544.0 588.0


Colorado

146.9 152.7 147.3 153.4 481.4 499.5 480.3 497.9 75.0 77.5 75.0 77.5

Connecticut

151.2 157.2 152.3 157.8 284.8 294.1 284.3 295.2 29.2 30.6 29.2 30.5

Delaware

24.7 25.3 24.7 25.7 78.7 82.5 78.9 82.1 3.3 3.6 3.3 3.6

District of Columbia

1.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 28.3 30.8 28.4 30.1 19.3 19.6 19.2 19.6

Florida

382.5 400.5 384.8 407.2 1,804.8 1,926.3 1,806.3 1,922.2 134.5 146.0 134.0 145.6


Georgia

389.7 408.6 391.3 408.8 941.5 999.1 943.6 1,000.6 119.1 132.0 122.3 134.5

Hawaii

11.6 12.2 11.7 12.3 103.8 112.9 104.4 111.4 8.3 8.2 8.7 8.2

Idaho

69.8 71.6 70.2 71.1 154.0 162.8 155.0 161.8 7.5 8.0 7.5 8.0

Illinois

551.3 563.6 553.6 566.0 1,159.6 1,208.5 1,162.6 1,203.8 86.9 91.3 87.5 93.8

Indiana

520.8 536.5 523.6 539.4 600.1 615.9 602.1 616.2 25.2 25.8 25.2 25.9


Iowa

215.7 222.2 216.2 222.2 302.9 310.9 304.5 312.6 18.6 19.2 18.6 19.3

Kansas

157.2 164.3 160.0 164.5 261.4 268.2 262.2 267.3 16.3 18.5 16.2 18.6

Kentucky

243.2 241.5 244.0 237.0 404.1 420.1 407.0 421.3 20.2 21.4 20.5 20.7

Louisiana

127.7 132.6 128.1 133.6 362.8 369.2 364.3 367.7 20.1 23.7 19.3 23.3

Maine

52.3 53.9 52.8 54.3 114.3 115.4 114.1 116.0 6.4 6.6 6.4 6.8


Maryland

107.9 109.1 108.3 108.5 454.9 472.9 455.5 474.2 32.5 35.0 32.6 35.1

Massachusetts

229.1 235.3 229.9 235.7 536.8 557.7 538.6 560.0 91.0 95.3 90.6 96.3

Michigan

583.5 590.7 586.9 599.3 760.7 788.0 760.8 792.0 50.0 53.4 50.2 53.5

Minnesota

306.9 318.1 307.8 320.7 504.1 509.3 504.5 513.0 41.8 42.6 41.7 43.3

Mississippi

142.9 149.8 141.5 149.9 231.1 241.2 233.0 238.7 9.5 9.6 9.3 9.6


Missouri

269.2 272.6 270.0 270.7 531.6 553.0 538.1 550.1 46.4 46.8 46.5 46.7

Montana

20.7 22.2 20.8 22.2 94.8 97.8 94.9 97.9 5.6 5.5 5.5 5.5

Nebraska

99.0 101.7 99.3 101.1 190.3 196.4 191.3 197.7 17.2 18.0 17.3 18.2

Nevada

58.6 63.5 59.3 63.6 266.7 287.2 267.7 285.7 14.1 15.6 13.8 15.6

New Hampshire

66.8 68.5 67.2 68.0 136.4 138.8 135.6 139.3 11.5 12.0 11.6 12.0


New Jersey

237.8 241.8 239.3 243.5 842.1 884.9 844.0 887.5 68.9 69.1 68.9 68.8

New Mexico

26.9 29.1 27.1 29.2 132.6 138.8 133.1 138.8 10.1 9.9 9.4 9.4

New York

399.8 412.5 402.5 417.3 1,380.6 1,449.1 1,386.0 1,453.6 267.4 294.9 273.3 295.7

North Carolina

460.3 468.6 461.6 471.0 877.9 899.3 880.5 897.8 74.3 80.8 74.3 81.7

North Dakota

25.5 26.5 25.7 26.7 88.1 89.9 88.3 89.8 5.7 5.6 5.8 5.6


Ohio

661.6 673.9 663.3 677.3 1,015.7 1,044.1 1,017.1 1,041.9 63.2 66.4 62.9 66.5

Oklahoma

128.3 131.8 129.3 131.8 307.5 324.8 309.2 323.0 17.5 17.0 17.4 17.3

Oregon

183.1 190.7 184.2 190.8 356.8 363.7 358.2 363.4 34.1 36.0 33.9 35.6

Pennsylvania

536.0 554.6 539.3 556.7 1,085.3 1,143.1 1,089.0 1,140.8 82.4 87.3 83.3 87.5

Rhode Island

38.1 39.6 38.4 39.9 73.4 75.1 73.4 76.0 5.4 5.6 5.2 5.6


South Carolina

248.2 254.8 248.2 255.1 406.6 426.9 408.7 427.3 26.4 28.0 26.5 28.0

South Dakota

43.0 43.9 43.3 43.5 84.4 86.2 85.0 86.0 4.9 5.1 4.9 5.1

Tennessee

345.5 358.9 347.8 358.5 644.1 669.3 644.7 670.3 44.0 49.4 44.0 49.8

Texas

860.3 895.0 865.8 901.9 2,496.4 2,654.9 2,509.9 2,651.1 198.9 221.4 199.8 222.5

Utah

142.9 147.6 143.7 148.9 300.7 315.6 299.9 316.0 39.1 43.3 39.4 44.5


Vermont

28.2 28.6 28.3 28.5 50.9 51.2 50.8 51.0 4.0 4.1 3.9 4.1

Virginia

237.2 235.1 237.7 235.3 642.3 660.1 644.4 657.3 65.0 66.6 65.4 67.5

Washington

255.4 260.2 256.4 261.2 637.3 658.6 639.8 658.2 151.6 162.2 152.3 164.5

West Virginia

44.9 45.4 45.2 46.1 119.9 124.0 120.7 124.0 7.0 7.3 7.0 7.4

Wisconsin

458.2 474.0 460.6 474.6 524.7 527.0 526.8 530.2 44.5 46.0 44.4 46.0

Wyoming

9.4 9.6 9.5 9.6 50.1 51.4 50.2 51.3 2.9 2.9 2.9 3.0


Puerto Rico

74.9 81.7 76.7 82.0 168.2 183.4 170.8 182.9 14.8 15.3 14.6 15.4

Virgin Islands

0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 6.3 6.6 6.3 6.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

Footnotes
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 4. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, not seasonally adjusted-Continued
[In thousands]
State Financial activities Professional and business services Education and health services
February March February March February March
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p)

Alabama

96.3 97.3 97.0 96.2 249.9 252.0 250.2 252.7 240.1 240.2 239.1 239.5

Alaska

10.6 10.8 10.6 11.0 25.3 25.8 25.6 25.8 50.7 50.3 51.0 50.5

Arizona

244.3 245.1 245.7 244.0 442.2 453.3 442.7 450.6 462.8 473.1 462.5 474.8

Arkansas

65.4 66.1 65.4 66.1 142.3 148.9 143.1 149.1 195.2 196.0 197.3 194.6

California

816.8 828.4 816.7 830.8 2,641.5 2,776.5 2,651.4 2,790.4 2,773.9 2,889.3 2,786.6 2,902.3


Colorado

176.0 178.9 176.8 178.9 434.0 466.7 436.9 468.9 347.9 350.8 347.8 350.3

Connecticut

118.0 118.0 118.3 117.6 206.1 206.7 206.4 211.4 331.0 334.3 333.4 335.0

Delaware

47.2 47.4 47.4 47.7 61.2 62.6 61.9 63.1 77.8 76.2 78.4 76.5

District of Columbia

28.1 27.5 28.2 27.4 162.8 172.3 163.7 172.5 123.2 122.2 122.8 123.4

Florida

606.5 641.9 610.4 645.3 1,412.6 1,513.5 1,418.1 1,521.8 1,334.3 1,361.8 1,335.7 1,361.3


Georgia

253.8 265.5 255.0 265.2 718.0 771.2 717.3 776.4 595.5 624.5 597.6 627.0

Hawaii

26.5 26.4 26.7 26.3 65.9 68.5 66.6 68.9 84.0 84.7 84.6 84.7

Idaho

38.3 39.4 38.3 40.0 100.0 102.3 100.9 103.3 116.7 117.7 117.1 117.8

Illinois

403.4 403.8 404.4 407.7 898.5 943.4 900.1 953.3 904.1 913.4 909.9 916.2

Indiana

142.8 146.3 142.7 147.6 332.2 355.8 333.9 357.8 466.5 464.1 466.6 466.3


Iowa

108.6 108.2 108.7 107.8 136.9 137.3 137.2 137.1 231.0 227.9 231.7 227.4

Kansas

76.1 74.3 76.0 73.5 165.4 168.8 167.5 169.7 198.8 196.9 198.6 196.6

Kentucky

94.7 94.8 95.2 96.5 212.4 223.0 214.7 223.9 279.0 283.4 283.5 286.2

Louisiana

88.8 89.7 88.6 89.5 206.2 217.8 209.4 220.1 314.6 317.3 315.1 317.3

Maine

32.5 32.8 32.6 32.6 70.4 71.4 70.1 72.6 126.7 125.7 127.2 127.2


Maryland

136.9 134.2 137.6 133.4 444.5 461.0 450.0 463.7 439.3 440.8 442.4 442.5

Massachusetts

219.5 216.2 219.5 215.7 584.4 613.4 585.0 618.3 782.8 812.1 788.4 819.2

Michigan

229.4 233.1 229.9 235.1 615.0 649.2 614.2 650.8 652.8 650.5 653.5 651.7

Minnesota

190.9 186.6 190.3 188.7 363.0 369.6 363.3 368.5 546.0 542.3 544.2 543.9

Mississippi

41.9 43.4 42.1 42.8 112.5 114.1 113.4 114.7 139.5 140.9 140.0 141.1


Missouri

177.6 175.4 177.7 176.1 365.1 386.2 368.4 388.6 481.6 482.6 481.6 482.3

Montana

26.3 27.6 26.5 27.7 44.6 46.1 44.9 46.4 80.1 81.4 80.2 81.0

Nebraska

72.8 71.8 72.7 71.3 115.0 118.2 115.6 118.4 156.1 159.9 156.6 160.0

Nevada

68.4 73.4 68.7 72.7 179.3 198.5 180.2 203.6 147.1 153.7 147.8 152.2

New Hampshire

34.3 34.8 34.4 34.6 84.5 92.1 83.7 92.6 118.9 123.0 121.1 121.5


New Jersey

247.9 255.7 248.6 256.8 657.3 689.2 661.9 698.2 684.5 708.7 691.2 712.9

New Mexico

33.4 33.2 33.4 33.7 108.9 114.1 109.5 113.8 138.9 141.2 139.1 141.2

New York

696.8 701.8 697.4 703.3 1,232.4 1,307.1 1,245.0 1,318.9 2,059.7 2,087.8 2,075.9 2,111.1

North Carolina

265.3 278.2 266.4 279.9 658.6 704.1 660.5 704.7 628.7 638.9 628.6 646.1

North Dakota

24.4 24.8 24.5 24.4 31.1 34.3 31.5 33.8 66.5 65.9 66.5 65.7


Ohio

304.6 307.3 305.2 306.2 700.0 707.3 701.1 712.9 901.2 893.6 901.8 895.9

Oklahoma

76.8 80.1 77.0 80.3 182.8 190.8 187.1 193.1 236.0 231.9 237.9 232.1

Oregon

102.5 104.7 102.7 105.8 244.9 254.8 247.2 254.7 299.7 303.9 302.2 305.6

Pennsylvania

325.2 326.4 326.1 326.4 775.2 800.3 780.7 808.7 1,225.0 1,248.7 1,241.0 1,253.2

Rhode Island

34.3 34.1 34.3 34.1 65.9 66.8 66.1 66.1 102.7 104.7 104.1 105.2


South Carolina

107.2 113.4 107.5 113.3 291.1 303.3 290.9 297.5 254.6 254.5 255.6 254.7

South Dakota

28.0 28.1 28.0 27.9 33.0 32.2 33.4 33.8 73.8 75.5 74.0 75.1

Tennessee

169.5 175.4 170.2 176.5 426.8 441.6 428.3 443.1 438.3 440.6 440.4 445.4

Texas

810.6 866.7 817.1 875.5 1,812.3 1,977.8 1,834.4 1,966.9 1,703.2 1,779.3 1,709.3 1,777.0

Utah

95.2 98.1 95.4 97.4 230.0 229.9 229.3 227.6 219.2 225.1 218.7 225.5


Vermont

11.8 11.9 11.8 11.9 28.5 29.8 28.6 28.9 60.4 60.8 62.2 61.8

Virginia

209.0 206.7 209.1 206.0 763.5 780.3 766.9 783.1 537.0 543.6 537.7 546.8

Washington

157.5 164.3 158.5 163.8 430.7 460.4 436.1 466.2 495.9 501.8 498.7 504.9

West Virginia

29.0 29.7 29.3 30.0 66.1 68.4 67.1 69.3 128.1 126.4 128.9 127.2

Wisconsin

153.6 154.0 153.6 153.1 312.4 315.5 311.4 316.6 453.9 444.0 454.9 445.4

Wyoming

10.9 11.3 10.9 11.1 18.4 19.4 18.6 19.9 28.9 29.1 29.0 28.8


Puerto Rico

43.7 45.0 43.8 45.0 123.4 136.1 125.3 136.7 111.7 116.5 113.6 118.1

Virgin Islands

1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 3.2 3.0 3.2 3.1 2.2 2.3 2.2 2.2

Footnotes
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
Table 4. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and selected industry sector, not seasonally adjusted-Continued
[In thousands]
State Leisure and hospitality Other services Government
February March February March February March
2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p) 2021 2022 2021 2022(p)

Alabama

178.0 189.8 181.5 192.0 93.4 97.2 93.9 98.0 386.3 387.9 387.8 390.4

Alaska

25.4 28.4 26.1 29.1 10.0 11.0 10.0 11.1 77.6 77.7 77.8 77.9

Arizona

282.5 325.2 289.1 323.2 87.7 94.7 88.5 93.5 411.5 416.8 412.3 415.6

Arkansas

105.5 116.4 110.4 119.5 66.2 65.9 67.0 65.6 208.8 211.4 209.4 211.8

California

1,361.5 1,801.0 1,433.0 1,836.5 464.2 533.2 474.0 541.0 2,434.7 2,523.4 2,454.5 2,536.8


Colorado

273.1 330.7 280.2 337.5 110.5 116.4 111.2 117.8 432.9 442.8 438.1 447.7

Connecticut

111.6 131.8 116.0 135.6 55.3 59.0 55.9 59.0 226.0 230.0 227.8 229.8

Delaware

38.5 41.3 40.1 43.5 17.8 18.7 18.0 18.5 65.5 66.9 66.7 67.8

District of Columbia

35.7 58.9 37.9 60.7 70.7 71.5 70.8 71.4 239.2 239.0 239.5 238.4

Florida

1,046.6 1,215.9 1,072.2 1,226.8 325.9 346.7 328.1 346.3 1,110.3 1,113.4 1,111.6 1,112.0


Georgia

422.7 469.9 430.0 472.5 152.6 160.0 154.2 161.0 669.9 674.2 672.1 675.0

Hawaii

77.4 106.0 81.6 106.4 23.4 24.7 23.6 25.1 120.2 121.6 121.6 121.6

Idaho

77.0 83.7 78.5 84.2 25.3 26.4 25.5 26.8 124.8 128.5 125.6 128.6

Illinois

424.6 522.8 448.4 536.3 231.3 243.2 233.8 242.2 771.7 795.7 778.9 802.8

Indiana

258.7 283.0 265.7 289.1 115.2 126.7 116.8 126.2 408.3 425.6 415.0 428.1


Iowa

114.7 131.8 117.9 130.6 53.4 55.2 53.5 55.1 253.7 260.7 255.2 261.4

Kansas

110.5 119.4 113.4 121.1 46.6 48.7 46.6 48.9 252.7 253.6 254.4 254.1

Kentucky

163.0 188.7 170.8 191.8 61.2 61.7 62.1 62.7 293.7 300.4 295.2 302.5

Louisiana

188.2 209.0 192.7 208.1 67.9 68.9 69.2 68.6 317.1 311.6 316.4 310.9

Maine

45.9 55.0 47.9 55.5 20.2 22.1 20.3 22.3 98.5 99.9 99.4 100.1


Maryland

195.4 229.0 204.3 237.5 102.4 106.6 103.6 106.7 497.8 517.1 502.6 519.9

Massachusetts

234.1 303.0 244.5 308.3 114.6 125.3 116.3 124.7 434.5 446.3 437.3 447.8

Michigan

310.2 371.9 322.2 377.2 146.5 157.7 148.0 157.9 577.4 592.2 580.4 595.8

Minnesota

193.8 232.6 199.9 236.1 101.5 106.7 103.0 106.8 405.3 408.1 406.3 407.2

Mississippi

119.4 129.4 122.3 128.9 38.3 38.7 38.7 38.9 235.1 235.9 235.6 235.9


Missouri

242.3 275.4 254.8 285.3 108.4 115.5 109.6 115.0 427.1 431.2 428.2 432.1

Montana

59.9 66.2 61.2 67.5 17.9 18.6 18.1 18.7 89.7 91.0 90.9 91.9

Nebraska

78.4 86.1 80.9 87.6 35.2 37.1 35.5 36.4 169.5 170.3 170.1 171.3

Nevada

252.1 322.2 259.9 323.9 37.2 39.1 37.8 38.9 159.6 163.5 160.5 163.5

New Hampshire

56.1 62.6 57.3 62.9 22.2 23.2 22.4 23.5 86.8 87.9 88.1 88.2


New Jersey

270.1 332.3 281.0 343.5 143.6 160.8 145.2 161.8 573.7 587.8 576.2 590.2

New Mexico

71.8 95.6 77.2 97.3 25.6 26.7 25.7 27.8 176.0 181.5 177.4 182.2

New York

578.2 780.1 607.1 792.1 349.4 375.5 352.7 378.8 1,428.4 1,459.7 1,432.3 1,464.4

North Carolina

415.8 469.8 427.6 478.4 156.6 162.9 158.3 165.1 710.4 728.5 721.2 737.2

North Dakota

34.3 37.7 35.1 37.7 14.0 14.0 14.1 14.3 81.9 84.0 81.8 84.4


Ohio

451.2 493.3 464.8 510.9 195.2 203.5 197.0 203.4 758.7 758.1 760.7 765.6

Oklahoma

152.7 164.9 160.0 168.5 62.4 63.7 63.2 63.9 347.0 351.5 347.9 353.0

Oregon

142.2 191.9 157.7 197.9 57.0 58.3 57.9 59.5 281.0 292.0 284.2 293.4

Pennsylvania

408.6 481.7 427.4 494.5 226.2 242.0 229.3 242.3 679.8 681.9 684.9 684.1

Rhode Island

41.2 49.5 43.4 49.5 19.5 21.4 19.6 21.3 63.2 64.5 63.2 64.4


South Carolina

225.5 245.3 231.8 250.7 75.2 79.7 76.0 79.2 366.6 368.6 367.5 370.1

South Dakota

39.8 43.6 40.2 44.2 16.6 16.8 16.7 17.1 78.6 79.7 79.2 80.2

Tennessee

283.9 330.2 293.5 336.5 118.8 124.9 120.2 124.3 436.1 437.2 436.6 438.3

Texas

1,182.1 1,373.6 1,227.7 1,389.3 394.5 432.3 404.5 434.4 1,969.7 1,999.6 1,971.0 2,003.4

Utah

138.4 155.2 142.0 155.6 40.6 43.6 40.8 44.0 249.3 255.0 251.4 255.7


Vermont

27.4 33.6 27.4 33.4 8.8 10.1 8.9 10.2 53.9 54.1 53.0 53.7

Virginia

317.2 376.4 325.6 383.8 179.5 186.1 180.6 186.6 708.1 724.5 712.2 726.2

Washington

236.3 309.5 251.0 314.7 109.1 114.9 109.9 115.6 550.9 568.3 555.7 569.1

West Virginia

61.3 67.2 62.8 68.0 22.2 23.5 22.5 23.5 145.0 148.2 148.2 148.0

Wisconsin

217.5 254.5 223.3 256.7 140.5 141.9 141.2 143.6 393.7 398.0 393.9 398.5

Wyoming

32.0 35.9 32.3 35.2 15.5 16.1 15.6 16.0 67.6 67.1 68.3 67.6


Puerto Rico

70.5 84.7 72.4 85.3 17.0 17.8 17.2 17.9 196.5 194.4 197.4 194.4

Virgin Islands

5.4 6.1 5.6 6.1 1.4 1.0 1.4 1.1 10.5 10.7 10.5 10.8

Footnotes
(p) Preliminary

NOTE: Data are counts of jobs by place of work. Estimates are currently estimated from 2021 benchmark levels. Estimates subsequent to the current benchmarks are preliminary and will be revised when new information becomes available.


Last Modified Date: June 23, 2022