December 23, 2010

State employment changes, November 2009–November 2010

Percentage change in nonfarm payroll employment, selected States, seasonally adjusted, November 2009ľNovember 2010
State Percentage change (p)

Largest over-the-year increases

 

District of Columbia

3.5

New Hampshire

2.8

Texas

1.9

Minnesota

1.7

North Dakota

1.5

Largest over-the-year decreases

 

Missouri

-0.7

Rhode Island

-0.7

Montana

-1.0

Nevada

-2.2

Footnotes:
(p) =preliminary.

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

 

 

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