Special Report

The Largest Employer in Every State

Montana
> Largest employer: University of Montana System
> Employees: 8,689
> Industry: Education

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Nebraska
> Largest employer: University of Nebraska
> Employees: 13,709
> Industry: Education

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Nevada
> Largest employer: MGM Resorts International
> Employees: 42,000
> Industry: Leisure and hospitality

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New Hampshire
> Largest employer: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Center
> Employees: 12,000
> Industry: Health care

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New Jersey
> Largest employer: Amazon
> Employees: 49,000
> Industry: Retail

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