ADP Regional Employment Report: March 2014

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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

Highlights:

-California added 25,500 jobs
-Florida added 14,580 jobs
-Illinois added 4,200 jobs
-New Jersey added 4,690 jobs
-New York added 12,630 jobs
-Texas added 28,650 jobs

“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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ADP Regional Employment Report: March 2014 ADP Regional Employment Report: March 2014 Infographic Transcript

  • 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. * Sum of components may not equal total due to rounding. Change in U.S. nonfarm private sector employment. 191,000 Employment Change by Region* Employment Change in Key States Breakdown of Selected States West South Central 30,000 Mountain 22,000 Pacific 38,000 New England 8,000 South Atlantic 34,000 East South Central 7,000 Mid-Atlantic 24,000 West North Central 12,000 East North Central 18,000 California 25,500 Illinois 4,200 New York 12,630 New Jersey 4,690 Florida 14,580 Texas 28,650 Region New England Mid-Atlantic East North Central West North Central East South Central South Atlantic West South Central Mountain Pacific Regional Employment Report MARCH 2014 State 6 Month Avg. Employment Change Difference Current Month - / + 700 1,080 970 4,200 1,040 -1,280 -1,820 -2,310 -180 -980 420 660 200 -360 10 -80 1,140 -630 -1,730 60 -1,600 3,580 -740 1,280 -340 600 540 5,200 370 150 1,680 3,680 3,720 8,430 5,270 4,820 6,020 3,540 6,210 3,530 3,410 2,170 2,610 4,190 1,090 14,660 5,230 2,940 5,820 3,250 2,330 25,070 5,600 3,600 1,330 3,360 3,350 20,300 3,280 4,950 2,380 4,760 4,690 12,630 6,310 3,540 4,200 1,230 6,030 2,550 3,830 2,830 2,810 3,830 1,100 14,580 6,370 2,310 4,090 3,310 730 28,650 4,860 4,880 990 3,960 3,890 25,500 3,650 5,100 CT MA NJ NY PA IN IL MI OH WI MN AL KY TN DC FL GA MD NC SC VA TX AZ CO ID NV UT CA OR WA