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Local Area Unemployment Statistics
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Unemployment Rates for States, Seasonally Adjusted
State June 2020(p)
rate
Rank

Kentucky

4.3 1

Utah

5.1 2

Idaho

5.6 3

North Dakota

6.1 4

Maine

6.6 5

Oklahoma

6.6 5

Nebraska

6.7 7

Montana

7.1 8

South Dakota

7.2 9

Alabama

7.5 10

Kansas

7.5 10

Georgia

7.6 12

North Carolina

7.6 12

Wyoming

7.6 12

Missouri

7.9 15

Arkansas

8.0 16

Iowa

8.0 16

Maryland

8.0 16

New Mexico

8.3 19

Virginia

8.4 20

Wisconsin

8.5 21

District of Columbia

8.6 22

Minnesota

8.6 22

Texas

8.6 22

Mississippi

8.7 25

South Carolina

8.7 25

Vermont

9.4 27

Louisiana

9.7 28

Tennessee

9.7 28

Connecticut

9.8 30

Washington

9.8 30

Arizona

10.0 32

Florida

10.4 33

West Virginia

10.4 33

Colorado

10.5 35

Ohio

10.9 36

Indiana

11.2 37

Oregon

11.2 37

New Hampshire

11.8 39

Alaska

12.4 40

Rhode Island

12.4 40

Delaware

12.5 42

Pennsylvania

13.0 43

Hawaii

13.9 44

Illinois

14.6 45

Michigan

14.8 46

California

14.9 47

Nevada

15.0 48

New York

15.7 49

New Jersey

16.6 50

Massachusetts

17.4 51

Footnotes
(p) Preliminary

Note: Rates shown are a percentage of the labor force. Data refer to place of residence. Estimates for the current month are subject to revision the following month.

 

Last Modified Date: July 17, 2020