(WASHINGTON) -- California has topped all states in the number of jobs added between May and June, according to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The report stated that over the month, California added 38,300 jobs, followed by Ohio with 18,400, and North Carolina with 16,900.
The golden state also topped the nation for the number of jobs added between June 2011 and June 2012, with California adding 279,100 jobs over the year period.
California's unemployment rate in June stood at 10.7 percent, down a notch from 10.8 percent in May.
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