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Employment/Population Ratio for the Population Ages 16 to 64 (1-Year ACS) Change

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Alabama 62
Alaska 70
Arizona 65
Arkansas 64
California 66
Colorado 73
Connecticut 72
Delaware 69
District of Columbia 69
Florida 66
Georgia 65
Hawaii 71
Idaho 69
Illinois 69
Indiana 69
Iowa 76
Kansas 72
Kentucky 64
Louisiana 64
Maine 71
Maryland 72
Massachusetts 73
Michigan 66
Minnesota 77
Mississippi 61
Missouri 69
Montana 71
Nebraska 78
Nevada 67
New Hampshire 75
New Jersey 71
New Mexico 63
New York 68
North Carolina 67
North Dakota 77
Ohio 69
Oklahoma 67
Oregon 67
Pennsylvania 69
Puerto Rico 45
Rhode Island 70
South Carolina 65
South Dakota 78
Tennessee 65
Texas 68
Utah 72
Vermont 73
Virginia 71
Washington 69
West Virginia 60
Wisconsin 75
Wyoming 74

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Geographic Comparison Tables.

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

Measure: The employment-population ratio is derived by dividing the civilian noninstitutional population 16 to 64 years who are employed by the total civilian noninstitutional population 16 to 64 years and mul

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