ADP Regional
Employment Report

July 2013

200,000

Change in U.S. nonfarm private sector employment

39,000

Pacific

18,000

Mountain

28,000

West South Central

24,000

East North Central

12,000

West North Central

11,000

East South Central

7,000

New England

18,000

Mid-Atlantic

42,000

South Atlantic

Sum of components may not equal total due to rounding.

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REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT

ADP Regional Employment Report: Arizona, Oregon, California, and Texas Among U.S. States Demonstrating the Strongest Private-Sector Job Growth Rates in July

States in Mountain and Pacific Regions Show Highest Growth Rates in July, While States in New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions Show Weakest

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Note: 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.

“During the month of July, when every U.S. region saw private employment growth increase, only the Western region of the country saw an accelerated growth rate in July,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, senior director of the ADP Research Institute®. “As a result, the West has replaced the South as the strongest contributor of growth. Meanwhile, nearly all 29 individual U.S. states we track, plus the District of Columbia, showed positive job growth rates in July, with the exception of Pennsylvania, which remained flat. Among the states recording the strongest increases in monthly job growth rates in July were Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, California, Washington and Texas.”

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Chart 1. East North Central: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

Chart 2. East South Central: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

Chart 3. Middle Atlantic: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

Chart 4. Mountain: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

Chart 5. New England: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

Chart 6. Pacific: Change in Nonfarm Private Employment Tweet this chart

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