Special Report

States Where the Most People Are Quitting Their Jobs Right Now

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30. Nevada
> Quits in May 2022: 2.8% of workforce (41,000 total quits)
> May 2022 unemployment: 4.9% (74,171 people)
> 1-year change in number of workers who quit: +5.1% (2,000 more quits)
> Labor force size: 1,515,764 people

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29. Oregon
> Quits in May 2022: 2.8% of workforce (54,000 total quits)
> May 2022 unemployment: 3.6% (78,641 people)
> 1-year change in number of workers who quit: -10.0% (6,000 fewer quits)
> Labor force size: 2,202,820 people

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28. Michigan
> Quits in May 2022: 2.8% of workforce (121,000 total quits)
> May 2022 unemployment: 4.3% (207,270 people)
> 1-year change in number of workers who quit: -1.6% (2,000 fewer quits)
> Labor force size: 4,849,351 people

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27. Texas
> Quits in May 2022: 2.8% of workforce (380,000 total quits)
> May 2022 unemployment: 4.2% (608,248 people)
> 1-year change in number of workers who quit: +3.5% (13,000 more quits)
> Labor force size: 14,516,071 people

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26. South Dakota
> Quits in May 2022: 2.9% of workforce (13,000 total quits)
> May 2022 unemployment: 2.3% (10,721 people)
> 1-year change in number of workers who quit: +18.2% (2,000 more quits)
> Labor force size: 475,729 people

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