I'm looking at a graph here on page 26 and 27 from the April 2nd Time Magazine. It doesn't show every number but I'll give you what is in numbers. The ones that are shown only as colors I will also describe.
1% unemployment in North Dakota because of new oil deposits being dug up.
3.9% unemployment in Utah
4.2% unemployment in Wyoming because of 100 coal packed trains every day
5.7% unemployment in Oregon
Also, in the 1% to 6 percent range of unemployment South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Virginia, Vermont, New Hamshire, Massachusetts, Kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana.
Alaska appears to be around 7% and Hawaii about 6%
Then many states are around 7% unemployment like Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Alabama, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maine.
Then the states that are around the national average of 8% Arizona, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, New York, Idaho and Washington.
And then you have states like California and North Carolina which are in the 10% range of unemployment
And then you have Nevada which is the worst hit of all at 12%
However, it is important to note because I live in Northern California that one of the exceptions in California is Silicon Valley which is in total Boom Times which many people don't know about. Silicon Valley near San Jose is in Gold Rush mode because of Google, Facebook, and all the other big online companies located there that either design, manufacture components or operate internet companies or all three at once there.
To visit this graph yourself that I describe above just go to pages 26 and 27 in the April 2nd, 2012 Time Magazine or Time.com if you have an account there.
If I didn't list your state or a state you were interested in it was only because it was unclear to me exactly what the unemployment was there or just because there are so many states (50) that is is easy to omit one or more by accident.