Unemployment Rates for the 50 Largest Cities

(Based on 2010 Census Population)


Unemployment Rates for the 50 Largest Cities
Annual Average Rankings
Year: 2014
RankCityRate
1Omaha city, NE3.5
2Austin city, TX3.7
3Minneapolis city, MN3.8
4Oklahoma City city, OK3.9
5Honolulu County/city, HI4.1
6Seattle city, WA4.2
6Tulsa city, OK4.2
8San Francisco County/city, CA4.4
9San Antonio city, TX4.5
10Raleigh city, NC4.6
11Denver County/city, CO4.8
11Houston city, TX4.8
13Columbus city, OH4.9
13Fort Worth city, TX4.9
13Virginia Beach city, VA4.9
16Nashville-Davidson (consolidated) city, TN5.0
17Boston city, MA5.2
17Charlotte city, NC5.2
19Dallas city, TX5.3
20Wichita city, KS5.6
21Portland city, OR5.7
21San Jose city, CA5.7
23Mesa city, AZ5.8
24Colorado Springs city, CO5.9
24El Paso city, TX5.9
26Albuquerque city, NM6.0
26Louisville-Jefferson County (consolidated) city, KY6.0
28Phoenix city, AZ6.1
28San Diego city, CA6.1
30Tucson city, AZ6.4
31Indianapolis (consolidated) city, IN6.5
32Jacksonville city, FL6.6
33Kansas City city, MO6.7
34Miami city, FL7.1
35New York city, NY7.2
35Oakland city, CA7.2
37Atlanta city, GA7.6
38Sacramento city, CA7.7
39Chicago city, IL7.8
39Cleveland city, OH7.8
39Washington city, DC7.8
42Milwaukee city, WI8.0
43Philadelphia County/city, PA8.1
44Las Vegas city, NV8.2
45Memphis city, TN8.4
46Baltimore city, MD8.6
47Los Angeles city, CA8.7
48Long Beach city, CA9.0
49Fresno city, CA12.5
50Detroit city, MI16.3

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

 

Last Modified Date: April 15, 2016