The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the national unemployment rate has fallen to 4.6 percent from 5.8 percent in February.
In February, the rate was 6.4 percent.
States with the lowest rates in February are Arizona, Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia.
These states have seen the greatest declines in the unemployment rate since the Great Recession began in late 2009.
(Source: BLS)States with unemployment rates above 6.0 percent in March have seen their unemployment rates drop to 2.7 percent from 3.9 percent in January.
The lowest rates were in Wyoming (2.8) and Montana (2) and the lowest was in New Mexico (2).
States with rates above 4.0% in March are Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Mississippi.
The highest rates were the states of Delaware, Georgia (3.1), New Jersey, Pennsylvania (3), and Vermont (4.2).(MORE: Are You Still Living in Your Home?)
In terms of joblessness, the national rate fell to 4 percent in June from 5 percent in May.
In June, the unemployment rates for men aged 25 to 54 fell to 7.8% from 8.3%.
In June 2016, the rates for women aged 25-54 were 8.8 and 8.4%, respectively.
The rates for those aged 55 to 64 were 11.4% and 10.6%, respectively, according to the Bureau.
States that have the highest unemployment rates in June are Arizona (5.9%), Florida (5%), Iowa (5%) and Kentucky (6%).