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List of U.S. states and territories by unemployment rate

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Unemployment in the US by State (FY 2021)

The list of U.S. states and territories by unemployment rate compares the seasonally adjusted unemployment rates by state and territory, sortable by name, rate, and change. Data are provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment publication.[1][2] While the non-seasonally adjusted data reflects the actual unemployment rate, the seasonally adjusted data removes time from the equation.[3]

Unemployment rate by jurisdiction

Data for all U.S. states, the District of Columbia[4] and Puerto Rico is from September 2021, data from the Virgin Islands is from December 2019, data for Guam is from September 2019, data for American Samoa is from 2018, and data for the Northern Mariana Islands is from April 2010. Because data for the Northern Mariana Islands is more than 5 years old, it is not ranked in the table below.

Rank Rank
(50 states)
State
federal district
or territory
Unemployment rate
(seasonally adjusted)
Monthly change (%)
(Positive decrease=drop in unemployment)
1  American Samoa 11.4%[5]
 Northern Mariana Islands[6]: 60, 66, 103, 109  11.2%
2  Puerto Rico[7] 8.3% Positive decrease 0.1
3 1  Nevada 7.5% Positive decrease 0.2
3 1  California 7.5% Steady 0.0
5 3  New Jersey 7.1% Positive decrease 0.1
5 3  New York 7.1% Positive decrease 0.3
7 5  New Mexico 6.9% Positive decrease 0.3
8 6  Illinois 6.8% Positive decrease 0.2
8 6  Connecticut 6.8% Positive decrease 0.4
10 8  Hawaii 6.6% Positive decrease 0.4
11  District of Columbia 6.5% Positive decrease 0.2
12 9  Alaska 6.3% Positive decrease 0.1
13 10  Pennsylvania 6.2% Positive decrease 0.2
14 11  Maryland 5.9% Positive decrease 0.1
15 12  Mississippi 5.8% Positive decrease 0.2
15 12  Louisiana 5.8% Positive decrease 0.4
17 14  Arizona 5.7% Positive decrease 0.5
18 15  Texas 5.6% Positive decrease 0.3
18 15  Colorado 5.6% Positive decrease 0.3
20 17  Ohio 5.4% Steady 0.0
21 18  Delaware 5.3% Positive decrease 0.1
22 19  Rhode Island 5.2% Positive decrease 0.6
22 19  Massachusetts 5.2% Negative increase 0.2
22  Virgin Islands[8] 5.2% Positive decrease 0.1
25 21  Washington 4.9% Positive decrease 0.2
25 21  Florida 4.9% Positive decrease 0.1
27 23  Maine 4.8% Positive decrease 0.1
28 24  Oregon 4.7% Positive decrease 0.3
29 25  Michigan 4.6% Positive decrease 0.1
29 25  Wyoming 4.% Positive decrease 0.2
31 27  Tennessee 4.4% Positive decrease 0.4
32 28  Kentucky 4.3% Positive decrease 0.2
33 29  North Carolina 4.2% Steady 0.0
34 30  South Carolina 4.1% Positive decrease 0.1
35 31  Indiana 4.0% Positive decrease 0.1
36 32  Arkansas 4.0% Positive decrease 0.1
36 32  Iowa 4.0% Positive decrease 0.2
36 32  West Virginia 4.0% Positive decrease 0.1
39 35  Wisconsin 3.9% Steady 0.0
39 35  Kansas 3.9% Negative increase 0.1
41 37  Virginia 3.8% Positive decrease 0.2
41 37  Missouri 3.8% Positive decrease 0.2
43 39  Minnesota 3.7% Positive decrease 0.1
44  Guam[9][10] 3.6% Positive decrease 1.0
45 40  North Dakota 3.5% Positive decrease 0.1
46 41  Montana 3.3% Positive decrease 0.2
47 42  Georgia 3.2% Positive decrease 0.3
48 43  Alabama 3.1% Steady 0.0
49 44  Oklahoma 3.0% Positive decrease 0.3
50 45  New Hampshire 2.9% Positive decrease 0.1
50 45  Vermont 2.9% Positive decrease 0.1
50 45  Idaho 2.9% Steady 0.0
50 45  South Dakota 2.9% Steady 0.0
54 49  Utah 2.4% Positive decrease 0.1
55 50  Nebraska 2.0% Positive decrease 0.2

See also

References

  1. ^ "Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment Home Page". BLS. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
  2. ^ "Unemployment rates - Unemployment rates by State". CNNMoney. 2008-12-19. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
  3. ^ Kimberly Hughes (2007-10-31). "What is the difference between seasonally adjusted and non-seasonally adjusted data?" (PDF). Nebraska Department of Labor. Retrieved 2010-12-12.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Current Unemployment Rates for States and Historical Highs/Lows". Bureau of Labor Statistics. May 2020. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  5. ^ "Lolo Administration is confident "in the future strength of our economy"". www.samoanews.com. January 15, 2020.
  6. ^ "AMERICAN SAMOA AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS" (PDF). www.gao.gov. 2014. Retrieved 2020-08-24.
  7. ^ "Economy at a Glance — Puerto Rico". Bureau of Labor Statistics. January 2020. Retrieved January 29, 2020.
  8. ^ "Virgin Islands Local Area Unemployment Rates". Virgin Islands Department of Labor. December 2020. Retrieved January 29, 2020.
  9. ^ "Unemployment Situation on Guam | Bureau of Labor Statistics". bls.guam.gov.
  10. ^ "The Unemployment Situation on Guam" (PDF). bls.guam.gov. 2019. Retrieved 2020-08-24.

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