NJ Stats: Number of State & Local Government Employees 2014

Full-Time-Equivalent Per 100 Residents

Rank State Employees
1 Nevada 3.74
2 Arizona 4.34
3 Michigan 4.55
4 California 4.57
5 Pennsylvania 4.58
6 Florida 4.59
7 Rhode Island 4.69
8 Washington 4.86
9 Idaho 4.87
10 Illinois 4.90
11 Massachusetts 4.92
11 Minnesota 4.92
13 Oregon 4.94
13 Wisconsin 4.94
15 Utah 5.03
16 Indiana 5.04
17 Ohio 5.09
18 Maryland 5.10
19 Tennessee 5.14
20 Connecticut 5.18
21 Hawaii 5.22
22 Georgia 5.25
23 Colorado 5.27
24 Missouri 5.28
25 Delaware 5.37
26 New Hampshire 5.42
26 Maine 5.42
28 Texas 5.43
29 South Carolina 5.47
29 South Dakota 5.47
31 New Jersey 5.49
32 Virginia 5.52
33 Oklahoma 5.55
34 West Virginia 5.59
35 Montana 5.60
36 Kentucky 5.68
37 North Carolina 5.78
37 Iowa 5.78
39 Louisiana 5.80
40 Alabama 5.85
41 Arkansas 5.87
42 New Mexico 5.94
43 New York 6.00
44 North Dakota 6.36
45 Mississippi 6.50
46 Nebraska 6.52
47 Kansas 6.69
48 Vermont 6.77
49 Alaska 7.61
50 Wyoming 8.93


50 State Average Score: 5.47

New Jersey is .39% higher than the average.

Source:
Raymond J. Keating. “Small Business Policy Index 2014.” Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council. December 2014. Accessed July 2015. http://www.sbecouncil.org/2014/12/11/sbe-council-ranks-the-50-states-in-the-small-business-policy-index-2014/