Percentage of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state

U.S. long-term unemployment rate by state 2014 This table shows the percentage of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state. In 2014, about 40 percent of the unemployed in Florida had been jobless for 27 weeks or longer.
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StatePercentage of long-term unemployed among all unemployed
District of Columbia 49.2%
New Mexico 44.9%
New Jersey 41.4%
Illinois 40.3%
Florida 40.2%
Maryland 39.4%
Georgia 39.3%
New York 39.1%
Alabama 38.9%
Connecticut 38.8%
Nevada 37.7%
Rhode Island 36.5%
Mississippi 35.1%
California 34.7%
Massachusetts 34.7%
Michigan 34.7%
North Carolina 34.2%
South Carolina 33.1%
Delaware 32.8%
Ohio 32.3%
Colorado 32%
Pennsylvania 31.9%
New Hampshire 31.7%
Virginia 31.4%
West Virginia 31.3%
Louisiana 30.9%
Missouri 30.8%
Kentucky 30.2%
Arizona 29.2%
Minnesota 28.6%
Oregon 28.5%
Tennessee 28.2%
Hawaii 28.1%
Wisconsin 27.7%
Indiana 27.1%
Texas 26.2%
Washington 26.2%
Maine 25%
Vermont 25%
Kansas 24.7%
Arkansas 23%
Idaho 22.6%
Oklahoma 21.6%
South Dakota 20.8%
Wyoming 20.1%
Utah 19.9%
Montana 19.8%
Nebraska 19.4%
Iowa 18.7%
Alaska 16.9%
North Dakota 13.1%
StatePercentage of long-term unemployed among all unemployed
District of Columbia 49.2%
New Mexico 44.9%
New Jersey 41.4%
Illinois 40.3%
Florida 40.2%
Maryland 39.4%
Georgia 39.3%
New York 39.1%
Alabama 38.9%
Connecticut 38.8%
Nevada 37.7%
Rhode Island 36.5%
Mississippi 35.1%
California 34.7%
Massachusetts 34.7%
Michigan 34.7%
North Carolina 34.2%
South Carolina 33.1%
Delaware 32.8%
Ohio 32.3%
Colorado 32%
Pennsylvania 31.9%
New Hampshire 31.7%
Virginia 31.4%
West Virginia 31.3%
Louisiana 30.9%
Missouri 30.8%
Kentucky 30.2%
Arizona 29.2%
Minnesota 28.6%
Oregon 28.5%
Tennessee 28.2%
Hawaii 28.1%
Wisconsin 27.7%
Indiana 27.1%
Texas 26.2%
Washington 26.2%
Maine 25%
Vermont 25%
Kansas 24.7%
Arkansas 23%
Idaho 22.6%
Oklahoma 21.6%
South Dakota 20.8%
Wyoming 20.1%
Utah 19.9%
Montana 19.8%
Nebraska 19.4%
Iowa 18.7%
Alaska 16.9%
North Dakota 13.1%
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This table shows the percentage of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state. In 2014, about 40 percent of the unemployed in Florida had been jobless for 27 weeks or longer.
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Release date
March 2015
Region
United States
Survey time period
2014
Age group
16 years and older
Supplementary notes
Data refer to place of residence.

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