A new location quotient map from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) measures how concentrated an occupation is in a geographic area compared with the nation. In Louisiana, the category of “personal care, service, installation and repair,” specifically commercial drivers, was the most concentrated occupation with a 16.9 quotient. This means that Louisiana employs commercial drivers at 16.9 times the national rate. New Jersey and Nevada were the only other two states in the nation with the service concentration.
See the data here.