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Employment Trends by Occupation Across States


The following shows the employment trends by state for Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists ranked by number employed in 2016 . States that have no trends data for this occupation are not displayed.

# Location Employment Percent
Change
2016 2026
  UNITED STATES 162,000 185,800 14.7%
1 California 25,700 28,900 12.5%
2 New York 14,190 16,400 15.6%
3 Texas 7,850 9,420 20.0%
4 Pennsylvania 6,570 7,180 9.4%
5 Massachusetts 5,120 5,730 11.8%
6 New Jersey 4,880 5,250 7.5%
7 Illinois 4,750 5,030 5.8%
8 Minnesota 4,200 4,700 11.9%
9 Colorado 4,150 5,540 33.6%
10 North Carolina 4,040 4,660 15.2%
11 Ohio 4,030 4,590 13.9%
12 Washington 3,770 4,580 21.4%
13 Florida 3,610 4,330 20.0%
14 Michigan 3,550 4,030 13.5%
15 Arizona 3,130 3,910 24.9%
16 Virginia 3,070 3,630 18.3%
17 Connecticut 2,700 2,900 7.3%
18 Wisconsin 2,670 2,910 9.2%
19 Georgia 2,650 3,110 17.6%
20 Tennessee 2,310 2,630 14.0%
21 Missouri 2,220 2,580 16.6%
22 Maryland 1,980 2,280 15.1%
23 Utah 1,950 2,550 30.5%
24 Indiana 1,750 2,020 15.1%
25 Kansas 1,610 1,760 9.1%
26 South Carolina 1,530 1,740 13.5%
27 Oregon 1,480 1,710 15.9%
28 KENTUCKY 1,410 1,580 12.5%
29 Iowa 1,310 1,470 11.8%
30 Oklahoma 1,260 1,460 15.9%
31 New Mexico 1,220 1,320 8.4%
32 Hawaii 1,100 1,240 13.3%
33 Rhode Island 920 960 5.2%
34 Louisiana 790 880 11.5%
35 Alabama 780 880 13.1%
35 Vermont 780 830 5.7%
36 Nebraska 710 790 10.8%
37 West Virginia 690 780 13.0%
38 Arkansas 620 730 17.1%
39 Nevada 600 680 13.3%
40 Puerto Rico 500 540 9.7%
41 District of Columbia 490 550 12.1%
41 New Hampshire 490 550 11.9%
42 Montana 480 540 10.5%
43 Idaho 420 480 15.5%
44 Maine 380 400 4.8%
45 South Dakota 350 390 10.5%
46 Delaware 340 380 9.6%
47 North Dakota 290 340 15.4%
48 Wyoming 250 270 8.3%
49 Alaska 130 150 9.0%

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National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections
State Data Source: Kentucky Department for Employment Services, Labor Market Information

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