Tennessee, Illinois, and Minnesota are the largest states in industrial staffing as a percentage of state GDP

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June 20, 2022

Tennessee, Illinois, and Minnesota ranked among the top states for industrial temporary worker earnings when measured as a percentage of “gross state product,” the measure of gross domestic product at the state level. state, according to a report by Staffing Industry Analysts, the “Industrial Staffing Growth Assessment: June 2022 Update.”

Industrial staffing revenue in Tennessee was nearly $1.20 billion in 2020, representing 0.32% of the state’s gross product.

Illinois ranked second with industrial payroll earnings of nearly $2.69 billion, or 0.31% of the state’s gross product. The third-largest, Minnesota, had industrial payroll income of $986 million, equivalent to 0.26% of the state’s gross product.

The report uses data from another SIA report, the “2021 US Geographic Opportunity Atlas”, and data from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The three largest states by overall industrial staffing revenue were California, $4.43 billion; Illinois, $2.69 billion; and Texas, $2.52 billion.

The SIA report “Industrial Staffing Growth Assessment: June 2022 Update” is available for member companies. It examines industrial staffing in depth and acts as an almanac-like guide to the profile and structure of the US industrial staffing industry.

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