Trade and jobs gained and lost in selected states
|Net U.S. jobs displaced due to goods trade with China, 2001–2013||Net U.S. jobs created by eliminating currency manipulation|
|Low-impact scenario*||High-impact scenario*|
|Senator||State||State employment (in 2011)||Jobs lost||Jobs lost as a share of employment||Jobs gained||Jobs gained as a share of employment||Jobs gained||Jobs gained as a share of employment|
|Shaheen, Jeanne||New Hampshire||684,800||22,700||3.3%||12,700||1.9%||31,300||4.6%|
|Heitkamp, Heidi||North Dakota||370,800||2,400||0.6%||7,400||2.0%||17,000||4.6%|
|Total jobs at risk in these states**||39,927,500||996,200||2.5%||626,000||1.6%||1,588,300||4.0%|
* The low-impact scenario assumes ending currency manipulation would reduce the trade deficit by $200 billion; the high-impact scenario assumes a $500 billion reduction in the trade deficit. The table shows the hypothetical change in 2015 three years after implementation.