Projected job losses, layoffs, or furloughs Implied unemployment State As a share of total private-sector employment Level Unemployment rate, July 2020 Level in July assuming no change in labor force Leisure, hospitality, and retail as a share of total private-sector employment United States 15.4% 19,800,000 15.6% ?25,587,000 25.1% ?Alabama 15.7% 264,599 14.5% ?324,318 26.1% ?Alaska 16.5% 41,284 17.8% ?61,381 28.7% ?Arizona 15.7% 395,675 15.4% ?556,971 26.1% ?Arkansas 15.1% 160,885 15.3% ?208,684 24.1% ?California 15.4% 2,276,965 15.6% ?3,036,079 24.9% ?Colorado 15.8% 369,268 14.1% ?449,564 26.5% ?Connecticut 14.8% 213,973 14.8% ?286,614 22.9% ?Delaware 15.8% 63,086 16.8% ?82,314 26.4% Washington D.C. 13.5% 75,412 23.4% ?96,755 18.7% ?Florida 17.0% 1,330,384 15.5% ?1,621,074 30.2% ?Georgia 15.5% 608,459 14.9% ?769,594 25.4% ?Hawaii 19.2% 101,550 17.8% ?119,383 37.3% ?Idaho 16.0% 101,145 14.0% ?124,987 27.0% ?Illinois 14.7% 779,358 15.6% ?998,175 22.8% ?Indiana 14.8% 404,564 15.0% ?509,741 23.0% ?Iowa 15.1% 200,329 14.2% ?249,590 24.1% ?Kansas 14.9% 173,468 14.7% ?220,282 23.4% ?Kentucky 15.5% 251,846 16.3% ?339,783 25.3% ?Louisiana 16.3% 269,477 18.0% ?379,346 27.8% ?Maine 16.3% 87,172 15.7% ?109,210 28.0% ?Maryland 15.3% 347,146 13.9% ?454,653 24.8% ?Massachusetts 14.6% 473,058 15.1% ?579,584 22.5% ?Michigan 14.9% 570,678 15.2% ?751,041 23.5% ?Minnesota 14.6% 371,435 15.0% ?467,546 22.3% ?Mississippi 16.8% 154,362 17.5% ?222,798 29.7% ?Missouri 15.4% 378,437 15.7% ?488,098 24.9% ?Montana 17.5% 68,753 16.3% ?87,436 31.8% ?Nebraska 14.9% 127,103 15.1% ?157,078 23.4% ?Nevada 20.1% 251,388 19.7% ?307,555 40.2% ?New Hampshire 16.3% 97,024 15.0% ?116,957 28.1% ?New Jersey 14.9% 536,383 15.6% ?710,234 23.5% ?New Mexico 16.4% 109,430 16.2% ?155,394 28.2% ?New York 14.7% 1,216,262 16.4% ?1,570,495 22.6% ?North Carolina 15.8% 608,571 15.5% ?791,169 26.5% ?North Dakota 15.1% 53,892 15.6% ?62,927 24.2% ?Ohio 14.9% 714,752 16.4% ?955,547 23.4% ?Oklahoma 15.7% 212,005 14.7% ?270,402 26.0% ?Oregon 15.6% 256,851 15.5% ?325,907 25.8% ?Pennsylvania 14.5% 777,550 16.6% ?1,086,433 22.1% ?Rhode Island 15.3% 67,023 15.4% ?85,790 24.7% ?South Carolina 16.6% 300,968 15.0% ?359,582 28.8% ?South Dakota 16.1% 58,088 15.8% ?73,693 27.3% ?Tennessee 15.5% 417,383 15.8% ?531,869 25.5% ?Texas 15.4% 1,669,677 15.2% ?2,162,152 25.1% ?Utah 15.4% 201,590 14.8% ?242,044 25.1% ?Vermont 16.5% 42,746 15.0% ?50,941 28.5% ?Virginia 15.3% 507,870 14.0% ?625,136 24.6% ?Washington 15.6% 449,348 15.2% ?601,103 25.6% ?West Virginia 16.1% 91,477 16.3% ?131,158 27.3% ?Wisconsin 14.7% 377,704 15.6% ?486,560 22.6% ?Wyoming 16.8% 37,149 16.3% ?48,027 29.7%

Source:?Economic Policy Institute analysis of?Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Employment Statistics and Local Area Unemployment Statistics data and Goldman Sachs March 31, 2020, US Economic Analyst forecast

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