State Employment Monitor

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All states and the District of Columbia posted job gains, with the strongest job growth in Nevada (8.5%, 98,000), Michigan ( 8.1%, 289,500), Kentucky (6.6%, 109,000), West Virginia (5.3%, 33,700), Delaware (5.2%), Connecticut (5.1% ; 73,300), Rhode Island (5.0%, 21,000), Vermont (4.8%, 12,500), Indiana (4.6%, 129,500), and Hawaii (4.5%, 23,500).

However, 14.4 million payroll jobs still need to be regained, especially in the Northeast states of New York, Jersey, and the New England states, as well as Hawaii where payroll jobs are still down by over 10%.


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