State Data

Nursing Shortage Estimates (2010)

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Alabama -200
Alaska -2,300
Arizona -12,500
Arkansas -2,700
California -47,600
Colorado -10,900
Connecticut -11,100
Delaware -1,300
District of Columbia -3,000
Florida -32,700
Georgia -16,400
Hawaii -4,500
Idaho -800
Illinois -9,300
Indiana -8,200
Iowa -3,400
Kansas -1,000
Kentucky 1,200
Louisiana 100
Maine -2,500
Maryland -7,000
Massachusetts -16,100
Michigan -3,100
Minnesota -4,400
Mississippi -500
Missouri -12,900
Montana -500
Nebraska -2,400
Nevada -4,100
New Hampshire -3,300
New Jersey -19,600
New Mexico -3,100
New York -21,500
North Carolina -8,100
North Dakota -900
Ohio -12,100
Oklahoma -500
Oregon -5,300
Pennsylvania -21,100
Rhode Island -3,000
South Carolina -5,200
South Dakota -200
Tennessee -18,500
Texas -41,900
Utah -1,500
Vermont -600
Virginia -11,000
Washington -8,800
West Virginia 700
Wisconsin 500
Wyoming -1,200
All U.S. statistics from BRFSS data are medians based on three year averages; Number of cases and amount of funding are totals except where noted; Rates and percentages are national averages except where noted. See Data and Methodology for State Data