United States QCEW Payroll Employment By State of Private Establishments for the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry in April, 2021
Updated on August 10, 2022.

According to the recent Quarterly Census of Employments and Wages (QCEW) data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 3 U.S. states that added the highest number of jobs to the the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry of Private establishments in April, 2021 were:

  1. Texas: 1,302
  2. Florida: 806
  3. California: 678

On the other hand, the 3 U.S. states that added the lowest number of jobs to the the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry of Private establishments in April, 2021 were:

  1. New York: -352
  2. Wisconsin: -76
  3. Arizona: -39

Use the interactive visualizations and the table below to explore the QCEW payroll employment, and the number of jobs added to the the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry of Private establishments for each U.S. state in April, 2021.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

You can also use the following links to see the employment and number of jobs added by state to the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry in April, 2021 by Local Government establishments, and Federal Government establishments in the United States.

See also: Historical U.S. QCEW Payroll Employment and Added Jobs of Private Establishments for the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry.

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State Number of Payrolls Jobs Added
Alabama 4501 47
Alaska 460 -11
Arizona 19470 -39
Arkansas 3065 31
California 92299 678
Colorado 22597 43
Connecticut 21526
Delaware 7608 65
Florida 51850 806
Georgia 17540 329
Hawaii 1098 -5
Idaho 2744 70
Illinois 51743 259
Indiana 9985 159
Iowa 5282 36
Kansas 6252 113
Kentucky 7710 -21
Louisiana 3775 45
Maine 1534 -29
Maryland 17003 111
Massachusetts 44085 23
Michigan 13950 447
Minnesota 20007 105
Mississippi 1221 34
Missouri 17236 102
Montana 1510 7
Nebraska 5923 -11
Nevada 3160 11
New Hampshire 6619 69
New Jersey 39324 196
New Mexico 1596 27
New York 193471 -352
North Carolina 26915 9
North Dakota 1051 23
Ohio 19998 329
Oklahoma 4687 96
Oregon 6041 40
Pennsylvania 43948 168
Rhode Island 4226 -4
South Carolina 5306 115
South Dakota 1313 2
Tennessee 12245 238
Texas 77852 1302
Utah 8440 162
Vermont 860 19
Virginia 13587 183
Washington 13702 -38
West Virginia 1059 28
Wisconsin 11991 -76
Wyoming 624 9

U.S. QCEW Payroll Employment By State of Private Establishments for the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry for Other Months and Years

Use the links below to see the U.S. QCEW Payroll Employment and Added Jobs by state of Private Establishments for the NAICS 523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments Industry for other months and years. You can also see the monthly links for all the available years here.
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United State's QCEW Payroll Employment By State of Private Establishments for Other Industries in April, 2021

Use the links below to see United State's Quarterly Census of Employments and Wages (QCEW) payroll employment by state of Private establishments in April, 2021 for the following selected industries. You can also see United State's QCEW payroll employment of Private establishments for many more industries at this link.