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Public employee workforce, 2007

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The following table details the state and local government workforce per capita as of 2007.[1]

Full-time equivalent state and local government employees per 10,000 residents, by function:

State Total Police and fire Corrections Highways Public welfare Health and hospitals Education All other
U.S. total 546 42 24 18 17 47 293 104
Alabama 615 41 18 25 13 106 311 101
Alaska 766 36 27 54 30 28 369 223
Arizona 473 46 24 12 13 18 261 99
Arkansas 585 38 26 25 13 46 341 96
California 505 39 24 12 20 45 252 113
Colorado 542 41 22 19 17 41 294 109
Connecticut 537 44 22 19 12 36 318 88
Delaware 599 53 33 43 19 52 274 125
D.C. 801 101 15 10 28 55 205 388
Florida 489 51 25 13 9 46 231 113
Georgia 546 42 31 15 12 45 310 91
Hawaii 560 44 18 13 8 55 279 142
Idaho 539 36 22 22 12 63 285 100
Illinois 503 51 17 14 13 26 281 100
Indiana 536 39 21 16 9 54 314 83
Iowa 611 31 15 28 14 71 361 91
Kansas 677 45 23 31 12 56 399 111
Kentucky 583 33 18 18 17 39 359 98
Louisiana 605 50 29 23 14 86 298 105
Maine 581 37 15 32 27 22 344 104
Maryland 535 46 28 17 19 29 287 110
Massachusetts 518 57 14 15 14 34 282 102
Michigan 491 30 22 12 13 39 295 79
Minnesota 542 27 19 23 25 42 306 99
Mississippi 648 42 19 27 10 118 345 88
Missouri 557 43 27 23 18 51 305 91
Montana 585 34 19 36 23 33 317 123
Nebraska 642 35 24 28 19 56 341 139
Nevada 432 41 26 12 10 33 209 102
New Hampshire 550 43 15 27 32 14 329 90
New Jersey 593 52 20 21 25 34 318 123
New Mexico 680 44 33 23 15 73 369 124
New York 634 59 31 21 28 65 293 137
North Carolina 600 38 29 17 19 84 325 88
North Dakota 649 28 16 34 22 43 361 145
Ohio 535 43 22 18 24 42 284 101
Oklahoma 598 43 20 24 19 55 342 95
Oregon 509 34 23 21 20 37 261 114
Pennsylvania 478 32 24 19 27 16 265 96
Rhode Island 511 55 16 16 16 23 268 116
South Carolina 577 41 24 17 11 85 308 93
South Dakota 546 28 19 31 17 29 317 106
Tennessee 528 42 22 18 17 61 265 102
Texas 564 37 31 16 11 50 338 81
Utah 495 31 20 12 14 40 280 98
Vermont 641 30 19 36 21 17 405 113
Virginia 574 41 30 18 14 38 329 103
Washington 527 36 21 23 17 52 243 135
West Virginia 558 27 19 33 18 34 314 114
Wisconsin 503 37 24 18 25 22 294 82
Wyoming 918 47 31 52 15 148 450 174

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