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Table: Multiple Jobholders by State


Multiple Jobholders
State Total Employed, 16 years and over (in thousands) Number (in thousands) Percent of employed
Minnesota 2,496 255 10.2
Montana 424 43 10.2
Nebraska 886 88 9.9
Wisconsin 2,811 277 9.9
South Dakota 376 37 9.8
Iowa 1,536 149 9.7
Idaho 587 56 9.5
Wyoming 245 23 9.5
Hawaii 555 52 9.4
North Dakota 332 31 9.4
Kansas 1,279 120 9.3
Missouri 2,779 249 9.0
Vermont 310 27 8.6
Alaska 288 23 8.1
Oregon 1,614 129 8.0
Maine 634 50 7.9
Utah 963 76 7.9
New Hampshire 595 46 7.8
Colorado 2,013 152 7.5
Indiana 2,948 222 7.5
Washington 2,699 202 7.5
Maryland 2,666 193 7.2
Massachusetts 3,049 210 7.2
Arkansas 1,170 83 7.1
Virginia 3,252 225 6.9
Rhode Island 465 31 6.8
New Mexico 734 49 6.6
District of Columbia 244 16 6.5
Ohio 5,380 350 6.5
Total U.S. 126,818 8,062 6.4
Kentucky 1,769 111 6.3
Michigan 4,595 288 6.3
Oklahoma 1,505 93 6.2
Alabama 1,987 121 6.1
Connecticut 1,614 98 6.1
Pennsylvania 5,601 339 6.1
Tennessee 2,617 159 6.1
Arizona 2,029 122 6.0
New Jersey 3,876 226 5.8
Illinois 5,810 333 5.7
Delaware 362 20 5.6
Texas 9,148 514 5.6
California 14,388 784 5.4
North Carolina 3,629 195 5.4
Mississippi 1,189 62 5.3
Florida 6,569 333 5.1
Louisiana 1,868 93 5.0
Nevada 794 39 4.9
West Virginia 752 36 4.8
New York 8,061 381 4.7
South Carolina 1,744 82 4.7
Georgia 3,579 159 4.5


NOTE: All estimates for total employed and U.S. totals for multiple jobholders will not agree exactly with published estimates because the estimates in the table are uncomposited and the State estimates were not recontrolled to the most up-to-date population controls for 1996.

Source: Unpublished data produced from Current Population Survey microdata by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.



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