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Labor Statistics > Employed (most recent) by state

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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     California: 14,687,000 
# 2     Texas: 9,485,000 
# 3     New York: 8,008,000 
# 4     Illinois: 5,473,000 
# 5     Pennsylvania: 5,298,000 
# 6     Ohio: 5,039,000 
# 7     Michigan: 4,288,000 
# 8     New Jersey: 3,868,000 
# 9     Georgia: 3,765,000 
# 10     North Carolina: 3,631,000 
# 11     Virginia: 3,406,000 
# 12     Massachusetts: 2,886,000 
# 13     Indiana: 2,789,000 
# 14     Washington: 2,746,000 
# 15     Wisconsin: 2,551,000 
# 16     Missouri: 2,532,000 
# 17     Maryland: 2,530,000 
# 18     Minnesota: 2,494,000 
# 19     Tennessee: 2,368,000 
# 20     Arizona: 2,366,000 
# 21     Colorado: 2,052,000 
# 22     Alabama: 1,909,000 
# 23     Louisiana: 1,778,000 
# 24     South Carolina: 1,739,000 
# 25     Kentucky: 1,696,000 
# 26     Connecticut: 1,550,000 
# 27     Oregon: 1,470,000 
# 28     Oklahoma: 1,432,000 
# 29     Iowa: 1,369,000 
# 30     Kansas: 1,210,000 
# 31     Arkansas: 1,138,000 
# 32     Mississippi: 1,089,000 
# 33     Nevada: 1,051,000 
# 34     Utah: 1,035,000 
# 35     Nebraska: 830,000 
# 36     New Mexico: 777,000 
# 37     West Virginia: 688,000 
# 38     New Hampshire: 627,000 
# 39     Idaho: 606,000 
# 40     Maine: 582,000 
# 41     Hawaii: 545,000 
# 42     Rhode Island: 494,000 
# 43     Montana: 391,000 
# 44     Delaware: 386,000 
# 45     South Dakota: 350,000 
# 46     North Dakota: 289,000 
# 47     Vermont: 287,000 
# 48     Alaska: 275,000 
# 49     District of Columbia: 259,000 
# 50     Wyoming: 228,000 
Weighted average: 2,366,840.0  

SOURCE: Wikipedia: Union affiliation by U.S. state

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