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Employment Trends by Occupation Across States


The following shows the employment trends by state for Medical and Health Services Managers ranked by percent growth . States that have no trends data for this occupation are not displayed.

# Location Employment Percent
Change
2016 2026
1 Arizona 8,230 11,550 40.4%
2 Utah 2,810 3,910 39.0%
3 Colorado 4,710 6,140 30.4%
4 Texas 22,730 29,460 29.6%
5 Idaho 1,870 2,360 25.8%
6 Florida 12,910 16,220 25.7%
7 Tennessee 9,560 11,990 25.4%
8 Georgia 7,640 9,550 25.1%
9 California 34,800 43,400 24.7%
9 Washington 6,800 8,480 24.7%
10 South Carolina 5,450 6,790 24.5%
11 NEVADA 1,640 2,040 24.3%
12 Virginia 7,750 9,590 23.7%
13 Arkansas 3,900 4,760 22.3%
13 New York 29,360 35,900 22.3%
14 Indiana 8,110 9,890 22.0%
15 Oregon 4,500 5,480 21.7%
16 North Dakota 900 1,100 21.4%
17 Pennsylvania 14,310 17,300 20.9%
18 Alaska 910 1,100 20.8%
18 Montana 1,300 1,570 20.8%
  UNITED STATES 352,200 424,300 20.5%
19 Iowa 5,090 6,080 19.5%
20 Wyoming 680 810 19.4%
21 North Carolina 8,340 9,950 19.3%
22 New Hampshire 1,550 1,840 18.7%
23 Minnesota 7,930 9,400 18.5%
24 Missouri 6,280 7,430 18.4%
25 Hawaii 1,500 1,770 18.0%
25 Kentucky 4,640 5,470 18.0%
25 Michigan 11,690 13,800 18.0%
26 New Mexico 2,090 2,460 17.7%
27 Nebraska 3,260 3,840 17.6%
27 New Jersey 12,030 14,140 17.6%
28 District of Columbia 1,880 2,190 16.3%
29 Massachusetts 14,040 16,250 15.7%
29 Ohio 16,070 18,600 15.7%
30 Puerto Rico 910 1,040 15.4%
30 Vermont 840 970 15.4%
31 Alabama 3,170 3,660 15.3%
31 Delaware 780 900 15.3%
32 Connecticut 5,750 6,630 15.2%
33 West Virginia 1,530 1,760 15.1%
33 Wisconsin 7,730 8,890 15.1%
34 Louisiana 3,510 4,020 14.5%
35 Mississippi 2,780 3,150 13.2%
36 South Dakota 790 890 12.6%
37 Maine 1,840 2,070 12.1%
38 Maryland 9,600 10,740 11.9%
38 Oklahoma 7,180 8,040 11.9%
39 Kansas 3,680 4,100 11.3%
40 Rhode Island 1,500 1,660 10.7%
41 Illinois 13,640 14,600 7.0%
42 U.S. Virgin Islands 50 60 5.6%

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National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections
State Data Source: Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

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