Department of Numbers

Job Growth by State

The table below shows the BLS defined June 2020 employment data for the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The Data comes from the Current Population Survey (i.e. Household Survey) and the Current Employment Statistics (i.e. Payroll) survey. Metro area employment data is also available. Visit the employment overview page to see all employment and jobs data. Click on a header to sort.

State June 2020
CES Jobs Added
June 2020
CES Jobs Percent Change
June 2020
CPS Jobs Added
June 2020
CPS Jobs Percent Change
Alabama 45,300 2.37% 6,508 0.32%
Alaska 4,800 1.67% 9,802 3.37%
Arizona 73,800 2.68% -85,846 -2.65%
Arkansas 23,700 2.00% -9,297 -0.76%
California 558,200 3.69% 653,267 4.22%
Colorado 55,000 2.16% 80,072 2.91%
Connecticut 73,300 5.10% 79,869 4.97%
Delaware 20,600 5.21% 29,072 7.31%
District of Columbia 9,700 1.33% 7,269 2.05%
Florida 296,000 3.65% 441,251 5.31%
Georgia 150,200 3.56% 118,110 2.66%
Hawaii 23,400 4.45% 47,983 10.00%
Idaho 24,800 3.49% 38,885 4.84%
Illinois 142,800 2.65% 203,560 3.81%
Indiana 129,500 4.57% 82,231 2.81%
Iowa 50,200 3.55% -12,892 -0.85%
Kansas 30,200 2.30% 15,176 1.12%
Kentucky 109,000 6.59% 28,536 1.58%
Louisiana 56,500 3.22% 61,938 3.56%
Maine 19,000 3.47% 20,755 3.44%
Maryland 68,300 2.80% 140,036 4.99%
Massachusetts 83,700 2.72% 79,207 2.68%
Michigan 289,500 8.10% 464,192 12.38%
Minnesota 84,700 3.24% 81,822 2.96%
Mississippi 27,700 2.58% 7,595 0.70%
Missouri 71,600 2.74% 72,533 2.68%
Montana 16,100 3.63% 20,992 4.40%
Nebraska 17,700 1.85% 10,181 1.04%
Nevada 98,900 8.47% 240,435 23.27%
New Hampshire 24,800 4.24% 35,458 5.71%
New Jersey 130,900 3.74% -60,868 -1.59%
New Mexico 26,300 3.42% 23,016 2.80%
New York 301,600 3.77% 145,186 1.87%
North Carolina 173,200 4.26% 227,498 5.42%
North Dakota 3,200 0.80% 8,471 2.32%
Ohio 208,000 4.31% 203,890 4.11%
Oklahoma 22,700 1.44% 56,409 3.54%
Oregon 56,600 3.30% 85,532 4.70%
Pennsylvania 231,500 4.45% -121,349 -2.16%
Rhode Island 21,000 4.97% 44,790 10.26%
South Carolina 72,500 3.65% 105,714 4.99%
South Dakota 9,300 2.29% 13,838 3.29%
Tennessee 108,500 3.80% -67,254 -2.30%
Texas 225,200 1.90% 898,896 7.65%
Utah 35,600 2.40% 107,941 7.33%
Vermont 12,500 4.77% 9,759 3.26%
Virginia 63,500 1.72% 41,171 1.05%
Washington 101,500 3.32% 211,003 6.30%
West Virginia 33,700 5.34% 5,563 0.82%
Wisconsin 104,600 4.04% 69,730 2.56%
Wyoming 4,400 1.67% 5,076 1.89%