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Employment Trends by Occupation Across States


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

# Location Employment Percent
Change
2018 2028
1 Arizona 600 890 48.3%
2 Utah 660 910 37.9%
3 Colorado 1,190 1,630 37.0%
4 Delaware 190 250 31.6%
5 Georgia 2,240 2,940 31.3%
6 Maryland 1,720 2,230 29.7%
7 Puerto Rico 480 620 29.2%
8 Wyoming 70 90 28.6%
9 California 6,900 8,800 27.5%
10 FLORIDA 5,860 7,430 26.8%
11 Nevada 150 190 26.7%
12 North Dakota 230 290 26.1%
12 Texas 4,980 6,280 26.1%
13 New York 5,740 7,230 26.0%
14 Idaho 270 340 25.9%
15 Tennessee 1,580 1,980 25.3%
16 Iowa 790 980 24.1%
16 Washington 1,700 2,110 24.1%
17 Missouri 1,240 1,530 23.4%
18 Vermont 90 110 22.2%
19 Oregon 1,140 1,390 21.9%
20 New Mexico 550 670 21.8%
21 New Jersey 3,000 3,640 21.3%
22 North Carolina 2,130 2,560 20.2%
23 Arkansas 600 720 20.0%
23 West Virginia 550 660 20.0%
24 New Hampshire 260 310 19.2%
25 Indiana 1,160 1,380 19.0%
26 South Dakota 320 380 18.8%
27 Kentucky 750 890 18.7%
27 Minnesota 1,340 1,590 18.7%
28 Virginia 1,690 1,990 17.8%
29 Montana 170 200 17.6%
  UNITED STATES 74,300 86,800 16.8%
30 Wisconsin 1,630 1,900 16.6%
31 Nebraska 630 730 15.9%
32 District of Columbia 190 220 15.8%
33 Alabama 1,270 1,470 15.7%
34 Ohio 2,730 3,150 15.4%
35 Pennsylvania 2,700 3,110 15.2%
36 Massachusetts 2,050 2,330 13.7%
36 South Carolina 730 830 13.7%
37 Connecticut 1,120 1,270 13.4%
37 Kansas 670 760 13.4%
38 Oklahoma 990 1,120 13.1%
39 Louisiana 1,240 1,400 12.9%
40 Rhode Island 240 270 12.5%
41 Hawaii 170 190 11.8%
42 Maine 260 290 11.5%
43 Illinois 3,040 3,340 9.9%
44 Michigan 2,740 2,960 8.0%
45 Alaska 130 140 7.7%
46 Mississippi 710 750 5.6%

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National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections
State Data Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation

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