Regional

Employment Report
DECEMBER 2013

238,000
Change in U.S. nonfarm private
sector employment.

Employment Change by Region*
East
North Central
34,000

West
North Central
14,000

Pacific
35,000

New England
13,000
Mid-Atlantic
23,000
Mountain
26,000

South Atlantic
46,000
East
South Central
8,000

West
South Central
38,000
* Sum of components may not equal total due to rounding.

Employment Change in Key States

Illinois
6,280

New York
13,990

New Jersey
2,610

California
21,280

Texas
29,110

Florida
25,230

Breakdown of Selected States
Region
New England

Mid-Atlantic

East North Central

West North Central

East South Central

South Atlantic

West South Central

Mountain

Pacific

State

Employment Change
Current Month
6 Month Avg.

Difference
-/+

CT

840

1,710

MA

6,790

3,330

NJ

2,610

3,670

NY

13,990

10,180

PA

6,720

5,530

IN

9,610

5,970

IL

6,280

7,670

MI

3,780

4,810

OH

9,360

6,840

2,520

WI

5,400

3,180

2,220

MN

4,120

2,820

1,300

AL

3,130

2,050

1,080

KY

1,760

2,820

TN

5,290

4,170

DC

950

940

FL

25,230

16,480

GA

5,290

5,420

MD

4,310

3,360

950

NC

11,430

7,260

4,170

SC

4,180

3,330

850

VA

3,640

4,050

TX

29,110

23,420

AZ

5,730

5,390

CO

3,030

3,220

ID

1,930

1,470

NV

4,310

3,060

1250

UT

4,380

2,880

1500

CA

21,280

20,200

1,080

OR

4,210

2,910

1,300

WA

3,420

4,870

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Copyright © 2014 ADP, Inc.
Employment by state is determined by the state location of the worker’s payroll.
In most cases, this approach aligns with the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ measure
of establishment employment, reflecting the state where an employee works.
In some cases, a payroll located in a certain state may include employees from
one or more states outside that state.

-870
3,460
-1,060
3,810
1,190
3,640
-1,390
-1,030

-1,060
1,120
10
8,750
-130

-410
5,690
340
-190
460

-1,450

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