September 28, 2010

State employment changes, August 2009–August 2010

Statistically significant over-the-year employment change by State, seasonally adjusted, August 2009–August 2010
State Over-the-year change in employment (p)

Over-the-year increases

 

Texas

129,100

Massachusetts

48,500

Indiana

40,000

North Carolina

36,700

Minnesota

30,500

Oklahoma

25,100

New Hampshire

10,500

Over-the-year decreases

 

Colorado

−28,100

California

−112,800

Footnotes:
(p) = preliminary.

These data featured in the TED article, State employment changes, August 2009–August 2010.

 

 

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