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State Rankings -- Statistical Abstract of the United States

NONFARM EMPLOYMENT -- PERCENT IN MANUFACTURING, 2008

[When states share the same rank, the next lower rank is omitted. Because of rounded data, states may have identical values shown, but different ranks. Cautionary note]

State Percent Rank
    United States 9.8 (X)
Alabama 14.3 5
Alaska 4.1 47
Arizona 6.7 40
Arkansas 15.2 3
California 9.5 30
Colorado 6.1 41
Connecticut 11.0 20
Delaware 7.3 37
District of Columbia 0.2 (X)
Florida 4.8 44
Georgia 10.0 26
Hawaii 2.4 50
Idaho 9.8 28
Illinois 11.1 19
Indiana 17.7 1
Iowa 15.0 4
Kansas 13.5 9
Kentucky 13.2 10
Louisiana 7.9 34
Maine 9.6 29
Maryland 4.9 43
Massachusetts 8.7 32
Michigan 13.8 7
Minnesota 12.1 14
Mississippi 13.9 6
Missouri 10.4 22
Montana 4.5 45
Nebraska 10.5 21
Nevada 3.8 48
New Hampshire 11.7 15
New Jersey 7.4 36
New Mexico 4.2 46
New York 6.1 42
North Carolina 12.5 13
North Dakota 7.2 38
Ohio 13.8 8
Oklahoma 9.4 31
Oregon 11.3 17
Pennsylvania 11.1 18
Rhode Island 10.0 25
South Carolina 12.6 12
South Dakota 10.4 23
Tennessee 13.0 11
Texas 8.7 33
Utah 10.0 24
Vermont 11.4 16
Virginia 7.0 39
Washington 9.8 27
West Virginia 7.4 35
Wisconsin 17.2 2
Wyoming 3.3 49

Symbol
X Not applicable.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics program.
State and Metro Area Employment, Hours, and Earnings.
See Table 618, Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2010.

For more information:
Current Employment Statistics

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