Special Report

Largest Employer in Every State

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26. Montana
> Largest employer: Walmart
> Employee headcount: 4,622
> Industry: Retail

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27. Nebraska
> Largest employer: University of Nebraska
> Employee headcount: ~14,000
> Industry: Public universities

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28. Nevada
> Largest employer: MGM Resorts International
> Employee headcount: 51,000
> Industry: Casinos & hotels


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29. New Hampshire
> Largest employer: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system
> Employee headcount: 12,860
> Industry: Health care

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30. New Jersey
> Largest employer: Wakefern Food Corporation
> Employee headcount: 40,000
> Industry: Supermarkets

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