ADP Regional Employment Report: January 2014

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ADP Regional Employment Report: Arizona, Washington, and New Jersey Show Strongest Growth Rate in January Among States Tracked

Middle Atlantic and West North Central Regions Show Strongest Growth in January

Highlights:

-California added 9,330 jobs
-Florida added 11,610 jobs
-Illinois added 6,960 jobs
-New Jersey added 8,320 jobs
-New York added 3,950 jobs
-Texas added 22,120 jobs

“U.S. regional private sector employment growth slowed in all regions in January compared to the six-month average, except the Middle Atlantic and West North Central,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, senior director of the ADP Research Institute®. “At the state level, New Jersey recorded an exceptionally strong growth rate in January 2014 after a year-long slump in 2013. In contrast, New York shows the lowest growth rate of all states tracked.”

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  • 1. Regional Employment Report JANUARY 2014 175,000 Change in U.S. nonfarm private sector employment. Employment Change by Region* East North Central 25,000 West North Central 16,000 Pacific 21,000 New England 5,000 Mid-Atlantic 20,000 Mountain 17,000 South Atlantic 38,000 East South Central 10,000 West South Central 23,000 * Sum of components may not equal total due to rounding. Employment Change in Key States Illinois 6,960 New York 3,950 New Jersey 8,320 California 9,330 Texas 22,120 Florida 11,610 Breakdown of Selected States Region State Employment Change Current Month 6 Month Avg. Difference -/+ 8,320 4,290 NY 3,950 8,930 7,920 6,340 4,200 5,960 -1,760 6,960 8,150 -1,190 MI 2,810 5,100 -2,290 6,880 7,550 4,080 3,880 MN 3,700 2,960 1,300 2,310 KY 3,250 3,620 -1,010 -370 3,990 4,340 -350 DC 310 830 -520 FL 11,610 16,110 GA 5,160 5,830 -4,500 -670 MD 1,700 3,490 NC 4,380 7,320 SC 2,060 3,830 VA 5,090 4,500 TX 22,120 24,820 AZ 7,230 5,610 CO 3,530 3,480 ID 1,110 1,480 NV 1,980 3,170 UT 2,430 2,980 CA 9,330 18,790 OR 2,050 2,790 WA Pacific -350 TN Mountain 3,460 AL West South Central 3,110 WI South Atlantic MA OH East South Central -90 IL West North Central 1,830 IN East North Central 1,740 PA Mid-Atlantic CT NJ New England 6,040 5,390 4,030 -4,980 1,580 -670 200 740 -1,790 -2,940 -1,770 590 - 2,700 1,620 50 -370 -1,190 -550 -9,460 -740 ADP and the ADP logo are registered trademarks of ADP, Inc. The ADP Regional Employment Report is a service mark of ADP, Inc. Copyright © 2014 ADP, Inc. 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. 650