Over-the-Year Change in Unemployment Rates for States


Over-the-Year Change in Unemployment Rates for States
Annual Average Rankings
2009 2010
RankStateRateRateChange
 United States9.39.60.3
1Michigan13.712.6-1.1
2Tennessee10.59.7-0.8
3Oregon11.310.6-0.7
4Alabama11.010.5-0.5
4Vermont6.66.1-0.5
6Iowa6.46.0-0.4
6Minnesota7.87.4-0.4
6New Hampshire6.25.8-0.4
9Hawaii7.26.9-0.3
9North Dakota4.13.8-0.3
11Kentucky10.310.2-0.1
12Maine8.18.10.0
12Nebraska4.64.60.0
12Ohio10.310.30.0
12South Carolina11.211.20.0
16Delaware8.38.40.1
16District of Columbia9.39.40.1
16Indiana10.310.40.1
16South Dakota4.95.00.1
16Wisconsin8.68.70.1
16Wyoming6.36.40.1
22Alaska7.77.90.2
22Idaho8.89.00.2
22Illinois10.210.40.2
22Kansas6.97.10.2
22Massachusetts8.18.30.2
22Rhode Island11.011.20.2
28Missouri9.39.60.3
28New York8.38.60.3
28North Carolina10.610.90.3
31Arkansas7.88.20.4
31New Jersey9.19.50.4
31Oklahoma6.46.80.4
31Virginia6.77.10.4
35Arizona9.910.40.5
35Montana6.87.30.5
35Pennsylvania8.08.50.5
35Texas7.68.10.5
35Utah7.37.80.5
40Georgia9.910.50.6
40New Mexico7.58.10.6
42Florida10.411.10.7
42Maryland7.07.70.7
44Washington9.210.00.8
45Mississippi9.510.40.9
46California11.212.21.0
46West Virginia7.78.71.0
48Connecticut7.99.11.2
48Louisiana6.88.01.2
50Colorado7.38.71.4
51Nevada11.313.52.2

NOTE: Rates shown are a percentage of the labor force. Data refer to place of residence.

 

Last Modified Date: March 4, 2015