- Unemployment rates fell in 7 states and the District of Columbia, rose in 3 states, and remained stable in 40 states in June.
- The U.S. unemployment rate rose by 0.1% over the month to 5.9%, and is 5.2% lower than June 2020.
- 16 states and the District of Columbia have unemployment rates above the U.S. average.
- Nebraska has the lowest unemployment rate at 2.5%, followed by Utah at 2.7%, and New Hampshire and South Dakota at 2.9%.
- Connecticut and New Mexico have the highest unemployment rate at 7.9%, followed by Nevada at 7.8%, and California, Hawaii, and New York at 7.7%.
- The largest decreases in unemployment occurred in Hawaii with a 0.3% decline over the month.