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Workforce: Unemployed
Ages 16+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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State
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Value (Percent)
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People (Unemployed)
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Rank within US
(of 52 states)
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United States 5.5 9,161,615 N/A
North Dakota 3.2 13,152 1
South Dakota 3.2 14,841 2
Nebraska 3.3 34,474 3
Wisconsin 3.5 109,017 4
Utah 3.5 58,170 5
New Hampshire 3.8 28,947 6
Iowa 3.9 65,900 7
Vermont 3.9 13,668 8
Minnesota 4.0 125,307 9
Idaho 4.0 35,633 10
Montana 4.1 22,303 11
Kansas 4.1 61,847 12
Wyoming 4.2 12,464 13
Maine 4.2 30,163 14
Missouri 4.5 138,820 15
Virginia 4.6 202,807 16
Colorado 4.6 145,038 17
Indiana 4.7 160,490 18
Oklahoma 5.0 94,856 19
Washington 5.1 198,259 20
Hawaii 5.2 37,152 21
Ohio 5.3 314,406 22
Kentucky 5.3 112,695 23
Tennessee 5.3 179,568 24
Florida 5.3 552,125 25
Maryland 5.3 175,507 26
Arkansas 5.3 73,733 27
South Carolina 5.3 130,624 28
North Carolina 5.3 273,629 29
Texas 5.4 771,586 30
Alabama 5.4 124,416 31
Massachusetts 5.4 209,959 32
Pennsylvania 5.5 367,296 33
Georgia 5.5 290,843 34
Oregon 5.6 120,586 35
Arizona 5.6 191,115 36
Delaware 5.7 27,993 37
Rhode Island 6.0 35,428 38
Connecticut 6.1 117,631 39
Illinois 6.2 413,041 40
Michigan 6.2 310,551 41
New Jersey 6.2 304,973 42
New York 6.2 642,913 43
West Virginia 6.4 50,277 44
California 6.5 1,303,741 45
New Mexico 6.6 63,136 46
Louisiana 6.8 146,299 47
Mississippi 6.8 91,177 48
Alaska 6.9 25,054 49
District of Columbia 7.1 28,493 50
Nevada 7.1 109,512 51
Puerto Rico 14.6 180,168 52
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 07/23/2024 11:02 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Workforce: Unemployed, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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