Change in U.S. nonfarm private sector employment
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West North Central
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Sum of components may not equal total due to rounding.
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REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT
ADP Regional Employment Report: Texas, Florida, and California Exceed Average U.S. Growth Rate in March Among States Tracked
Northeast and Midwest Continue to Show Slowest Growth
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.
“There is a clear divergence between employment growth in the South and West versus the Midwest and Northeast,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, VP and head of the ADP Research Institute®. “The harsh winter in the Northeast and Midwest was certainly a factor, but this trend has been evident for over a year.”
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Monthly Employment Growth by Region - March 2014