U.S. long-term unemployed by state 2014

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

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 31, 2015
U.S. long-term unemployed by state 2014 This table shows the number of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state. In 2014, about 242 thousand job seekers in Florida had been jobless for 27 weeks or longer.
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Number of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state

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StateNumber of long-term unemployed among all unemployed
California 486,000
Florida 242,000
New York 238,000
Illinois 184,000
Texas 172,000
Georgia 134,000
New Jersey 125,000
Michigan 119,000
Pennsylvania 116,000
Ohio 103,000
North Carolina 98,000
Maryland 71,000
Massachusetts 71,000
Virginia 69,000
Arizona 63,000
Missouri 60,000
Alabama 60,000
Washington 57,000
Tennessee 56,000
Indiana 53,000
Connecticut 48,000
Wisconsin 48,000
South Carolina 47,000
Colorado 44,000
Louisiana 43,000
Nevada 40,000
Kentucky 39,000
Oregon 39,000
Minnesota 34,000
Mississippi 33,000
New Mexico 29,000
Arkansas 18,000
Kansas 17,000
Oklahoma 17,000
West Virginia 16,000
Rhode Island 16,000
Iowa 15,000
District of Columbia 15,000
Utah 11,000
New Hampshire 10,000
Maine 10,000
Delaware 9,000
Hawaii 8,000
Idaho 8,000
Nebraska 6,000
Montana 5,000
Alaska 4,000
Vermont 4,000
Wyoming 3,000
South Dakota 3,000
North Dakota 2,000
StateNumber of long-term unemployed among all unemployed
California 486,000
Florida 242,000
New York 238,000
Illinois 184,000
Texas 172,000
Georgia 134,000
New Jersey 125,000
Michigan 119,000
Pennsylvania 116,000
Ohio 103,000
North Carolina 98,000
Maryland 71,000
Massachusetts 71,000
Virginia 69,000
Arizona 63,000
Missouri 60,000
Alabama 60,000
Washington 57,000
Tennessee 56,000
Indiana 53,000
Connecticut 48,000
Wisconsin 48,000
South Carolina 47,000
Colorado 44,000
Louisiana 43,000
Nevada 40,000
Kentucky 39,000
Oregon 39,000
Minnesota 34,000
Mississippi 33,000
New Mexico 29,000
Arkansas 18,000
Kansas 17,000
Oklahoma 17,000
West Virginia 16,000
Rhode Island 16,000
Iowa 15,000
District of Columbia 15,000
Utah 11,000
New Hampshire 10,000
Maine 10,000
Delaware 9,000
Hawaii 8,000
Idaho 8,000
Nebraska 6,000
Montana 5,000
Alaska 4,000
Vermont 4,000
Wyoming 3,000
South Dakota 3,000
North Dakota 2,000
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 31, 2015
This table shows the number of unemployed who were jobless for 27 weeks or longer in the United States in 2014, by state. In 2014, about 242 thousand job seekers in Florida had been jobless for 27 weeks or longer.
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