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Demographic Data Report for Illinois by County
Workforce: Unemployed
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Rank within US
(of 3140 counties)
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Illinois 6.6 437,139 42 of 52
United States 5.9 9,508,312 N/A
Hardin County 15.9 261 3,110
Pope County 15.6 234 3,105
Saline County 9.8 1,060 2,932
Marion County 9.5 1,747 2,898
Jackson County 9.4 2,613 2,892
Pulaski County 9.3 192 2,878
Winnebago County 9.1 13,304 2,835
Franklin County 8.5 1,438 2,728
Macon County 8.2 4,262 2,665
Peoria County 7.9 7,149 2,604
White County 7.9 507 2,595
Mason County 7.9 526 2,586
Cook County 7.8 214,832 2,564
McDonough County 7.6 1,113 2,522
Vermilion County 7.5 2,543 2,479
DeKalb County 7.4 4,219 2,475
Jefferson County 7.4 1,284 2,453
St. Clair County 7.1 9,118 2,374
Stephenson County 7.1 1,631 2,373
Macoupin County 7.1 1,571 2,353
Alexander County 7.0 167 2,330
Fayette County 7.0 647 2,320
Madison County 6.8 9,236 2,267
Boone County 6.8 1,888 2,261
Perry County 6.8 584 2,251
La Salle County 6.8 3,734 2,235
Scott County 6.7 169 2,216
Fulton County 6.7 1,085 2,207
Warren County 6.7 577 2,191
Union County 6.6 509 2,187
Carroll County 6.6 467 2,172
Rock Island County 6.5 4,737 2,121
Clark County 6.3 526 2,050
Cass County 6.3 414 2,047
Lawrence County 6.3 427 2,039
Sangamon County 6.3 6,401 2,025
Hancock County 6.2 536 1,969
Edwards County 6.1 196 1,895
Marshall County 6.1 348 1,894
Edgar County 6.0 533 1,877
Kankakee County 6.0 3,231 1,864
Morgan County 5.9 990 1,836
Ogle County 5.9 1,565 1,817
Williamson County 5.9 1,805 1,797
Wabash County 5.9 332 1,792
Richland County 5.8 449 1,763
Coles County 5.7 1,519 1,711
Johnson County 5.7 235 1,705
Knox County 5.7 1,276 1,687
Henderson County 5.6 195 1,666
Logan County 5.6 744 1,663
Iroquois County 5.6 785 1,647
Massac County 5.6 332 1,641
Lake County 5.6 20,615 1,627
Kane County 5.5 15,524 1,604
Clay County 5.5 355 1,601
Schuyler County 5.5 167 1,596
De Witt County 5.5 472 1,594
Mercer County 5.5 429 1,587
Crawford County 5.4 457 1,553
Livingston County 5.4 930 1,550
Pike County 5.4 395 1,547
Ford County 5.3 353 1,521
Bureau County 5.3 900 1,511
Whiteside County 5.3 1,471 1,488
Will County 5.2 18,946 1,417
Henry County 5.1 1,243 1,406
Calhoun County 5.1 110 1,387
Grundy County 5.1 1,338 1,366
Randolph County 5.1 689 1,353
Menard County 4.9 315 1,292
Montgomery County 4.9 574 1,260
Kendall County 4.9 3,271 1,259
Champaign County 4.8 5,207 1,218
Adams County 4.7 1,620 1,201
Shelby County 4.6 501 1,126
DuPage County 4.5 23,322 1,094
Gallatin County 4.5 101 1,076
Jo Daviess County 4.5 502 1,055
McHenry County 4.4 7,565 1,017
Lee County 4.4 711 1,004
Brown County 4.3 111 968
Douglas County 4.3 423 958
Tazewell County 4.3 2,831 937
Washington County 4.2 316 917
Piatt County 4.2 372 868
Woodford County 4.1 803 845
Jasper County 4.1 188 826
Jersey County 4.1 451 822
Greene County 4.0 249 778
Effingham County 3.9 709 764
Bond County 3.9 301 739
Putnam County 3.6 112 630
McLean County 3.5 3,297 602
Wayne County 3.5 272 593
Stark County 3.5 90 579
Christian County 3.4 530 565
Cumberland County 3.4 184 551
Clinton County 3.4 650 540
Moultrie County 3.2 230 489
Hamilton County 3.2 119 477
Monroe County 3.1 575 457
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/20/2021 10:41 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Workforce: Unemployed, see the dictionary.
Health Service Areas are a single county or cluster of contiguous counties which are relatively self-contained with respect to hospital care. For more detailed information, please see Health Service Area information page. Puerto Rico is being treated as a Health Service Area for this data presentation.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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