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Table 1: States Ranked by Multiple Jobholding


State Multiple Jobholders as a percent of all workers (1) Percent of households with self-employment farm income (2) 1996 Average Annual Wage for UI Covered Workers (3) 1996 Percent High School Graduates (4) 1995 Percent of Women who participate in Labor Force (5)
Minnesota 10.2 5.14 $28,869 87.9 69.6
Montana 10.2 7.18 $21,146 85.6 59.6
Nebraska 9.9 9.54 $23,291 87.4 68.4
Wisconsin 9.9 4.00 $26,021 88.7 68.2
South Dakota 9.8 13.95 $20,724 82.4 65.8
Iowa 9.7 9.39 $23,679 87.4 66.6
Idaho 9.5 6.12 $23,353 85.9 62.1
WYOMING 9.5 4.98 $22,870 90.2 64.1
Hawaii 9.4 1.67 $27,363 84.4 61.2
North Dakota 9.4 15.18 $21,242 80.2 64.9
Kansas 9.3 6.85 $24,609 87.7 63.4
Missouri 9.0 4.20 $26,608 83.9 65.0
Vermont 8.6 2.92 $24,480 86.9 65.3
Alaska 8.1 1.29 $32,461 91.4 66.4
Oregon 8.0 3.00 $27,027 87.5 60.8
Maine 7.9 1.54 $23,850 84.7 61.6
Utah 7.9 2.49 $24,572 90.7 61.2
New Hampshire 7.8 1.09 $27,691 86.4 65.3
Colorado 7.5 2.40 $28,520 89.1 67.2
Indiana 7.5 3.54 $26,477 83.7 64.2
Washington 7.5 1.91 $28,881 90.2 60.6
Maryland 7.2 1.17 $30,293 84.6 64.5
Massachusetts 7.2 0.71 $33,940 84.9 60.8
Arkansas 7.1 3.82 $22,294 76.2 58.4
Virginia 6.9 1.78 $28,001 82.0 63.0
Rhode Island 6.8 0.68 $27,194 78.6 58.4
New Mexico 6.6 2.11 $23,716 77.1 55.6
Ohio 6.5 2.01 $27,775 84.9 58.3
Kentucky 6.3 5.63 $24,462 74.0 56.0
Michigan 6.3 1.58 $31,522 84.2 57.9
Oklahoma 6.2 4.20 $23,329 83.8 55.7
Alabama 6.1 1.91 $25,180 75.7 55.3
Connecticut 6.1 0.77 $36,579 85.3 60.7
Pennsylvania 6.1 1.19 $28,973 81.6 55.0
Tennessee 6.1 3.05 $25,963 79.0 60.3
Arizona 6.0 0.90 $26,387 83.5 59.6
New Jersey 5.8 0.72 $35,928 84.9 58.7
Illinois 5.7 2.44 $31,285 83.2 60.3
Delaware 5.6 1.37 $30,711 82.7 62.9
Texas 5.6 2.49 $28,129 76.4 60.0
California 5.4 1.12 $31,773 79.8 56.5
North Carolina 5.4 2.22 $25,408 76.0 59.8
Mississippi 5.3 2.45 $21,822 75.2 55.8
Florida 5.1 0.85 $25,640 81.5 54.5
Louisiana 5.0 1.52 $24,528 74.6 53.6
Nevada 4.9 0.96 $27,788 85.4 60.5
West Virginia 4.8 1.50 $24,075 74.7 46.3
New York 4.7 0.89 $36,831 81.6 52.8
South Carolina 4.7 1.41 $24,039 73.8 59.9
Georgia 4.5 1.58 $27,488 76.5 59.2


1 Source: Unpublished data produced from Current Population Survey (CPS) microdata by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
2 Percent of households with farm self-employment income in 1989.
------Source: 1990 Census, Bureau of the Census.
3 1996 Average annual pay for all workers covered by Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE).
------Source: BLS News September 11, 1997, BLS.
4 Educational Attainment of persons 25 years old and over, March 1996.
------Source: Educational Attainment in the United States, March 1996 (update) Bureau of the Census.
5 1995 Annual Average percent of Civilian non-institutional women who participated in the civilian labor force.
------Source: Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, 1995 BLS.


 
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