United States Unemployment Rate in June, 2020
Updated on April 6, 2023.

The seasonally adjusted Unemployment Rate of the United States in June, 2020 was 11%, according to recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The 3 states with the highest unemployment rate (seasonally adjusted) in June, 2020 were:

  1. Nevada: 18.8%
  2. Hawaii: 17.5%
  3. Massachusetts: 14.4%

On the other hand, the 3 states with the lowest unemployment rate (seasonally adjusted) in June, 2020 were:

  1. Nebraska: 5.2%
  2. South Dakota: 5.3%
  3. Kentucky: 5.3%

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore this data for each U.S. state for June, 2020. You can also see links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months, and also for each U.S. state.

See also: Historical United States Unemployment Rate.

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State Unemployment Rate (%)
Alabama 8.6
Alaska 11.4
Arizona 9.7
Arkansas 7.9
California 13.8
Colorado 11.2
Connecticut 11.4
Delaware 12.8
Florida 11.8
Georgia 8.4
Hawaii 17.5
Idaho 7.5
Illinois 12.7
Indiana 10.3
Iowa 6.7
Kansas 7.5
Kentucky 5.3
Louisiana 11
Maine 6.6
Maryland 8.1
Massachusetts 14.4
Michigan 14.4
Minnesota 8.6
Mississippi 9.4
Missouri 8
Montana 7.6
Nebraska 5.2
Nevada 18.8
New Hampshire 9.6
New Jersey 14.4
New Mexico 9
New York 13.5
North Carolina 9.7
North Dakota 6.4
Ohio 11
Oklahoma 8.2
Oregon 10.2
Pennsylvania 11.3
Rhode Island 13.3
South Carolina 7.8
South Dakota 5.3
Tennessee 10.1
Texas 10.1
Utah 6.4
Vermont 7.8
Virginia 8.9
Washington 11.3
West Virginia 10.5
Wisconsin 8.7
Wyoming 7.4
District of Columbia 8.6

United States Unemployment Rate For Other Months and Years

Use the following links to see the US Unemployment Rate for other months and years. Or see links for all the available months and years here.
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2021
2022