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Unemployment Statistics

Data last refreshed 03/2020.

States and Territories Count Rate
Alabama 73,858 3.3%
Alaska 19,932 5.8%
American Samoa 0 0.0%
Arizona 192,349 5.3%
Arkansas 65,021 4.7%
California 1,084,652 5.6%
Colorado 150,104 4.8%
Connecticut 74,997 3.9%
Delaware 23,972 5.0%
District of Columbia 24,786 5.9%
Florida 442,448 4.3%
Georgia 223,659 4.3%
Guam 0 0.0%
Hawaii 14,831 2.2%
Idaho 25,820 2.9%
Illinois 278,468 4.4%
Indiana 111,099 3.4%
Iowa 65,723 3.8%
Kansas 46,942 3.1%
Kentucky 117,434 5.7%
Louisiana 129,665 6.1%
Maine 25,820 3.8%
Maryland 113,156 3.5%
Massachusetts 126,089 3.4%
Michigan 207,897 4.2%
Minnesota 118,542 3.9%
Mississippi 63,557 5.0%
Missouri 139,489 4.5%
Montana 22,012 4.1%
Nebraska 45,607 4.3%
Nevada 100,845 6.4%
New Hampshire 21,581 2.8%
New Jersey 176,303 3.9%
New Mexico 56,777 5.9%
New York 417,788 4.4%
North Carolina 210,268 4.2%
North Dakota 10,918 2.7%
Northern Mariana Islands 0 0.0%
Ohio 323,194 5.6%
Oklahoma 50,773 2.8%
Oregon 81,057 3.8%
Pennsylvania 391,377 6.0%
Puerto Rico 0 0.0%
Rhode Island 28,453 5.1%
South Carolina 71,526 3.0%
South Dakota 16,045 3.4%
Tennessee 124,665 3.7%
Texas 666,301 4.7%
Utah 62,035 3.8%
Vermont 11,639 3.4%
Virgin Islands 0 0.0%
Virginia 146,405 3.3%
Washington 205,177 5.3%
West Virginia 49,602 6.1%
Wisconsin 106,695 3.5%
Wyoming 12,544 4.3%
United States 155,167,000 4.5%

Data provided by the United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration ("DOLETA") and the Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development ("DEED")