All but five states in the U.S. saw construction employment increase over the last 12 months, with 33 states adding construction jobs from January to February, according to the Associated General Contractors of America’s recent analysis of Labor Department data.

Texas added the most new construction jobs (44,600 jobs, 7 percent) between February 2014 and February 2015, followed by California (43,400 jobs, 6.5 percent), Florida (29,600 jobs, 7.7 percent), Washington (18,000 jobs, 11.6 percent) and Colorado (16,900 jobs, 12.3 percent).

North Dakota (14.7 percent, 4,800 jobs) added the highest percentage of new construction jobs during the past year, with Idaho (14.3 percent, 5,000 jobs) close behind.

Mississippi lost the highest percentage and total number of jobs (-4,400 jobs, -8.7 percent), and the other states that lost construction jobs for the year were Indiana (-1,500 jobs, -1.2 percent), West Virginia (-700 jobs, -2.1 percent) and Maine (-300 jobs, -1.2 percent).

Thirty-three states added construction jobs between January and February, led by California (11,200 jobs, 1.6 percent). Mississippi (3.1 percent, 1,400 jobs) had the highest percentage increase for the month, followed by North Dakota (3 percent, 1,100 jobs), South Carolina (3 percent, 2,500 jobs) and Colorado (3,900 jobs, 2.6 percent).

Seventeen states and the District of Columbia lost construction jobs for the month. New York (-3,800 jobs, -1.1 percent) lost the most construction jobs between January and February, while Alaska (-3.8 percent, -700 jobs) lost the highest percent of construction jobs.