There are currently an estimated 502,700 tellers in the United States. The teller job market is expected to shrink by -8.3% between 2016 and 2026.

How employable are tellers?

CareerExplorer rates tellers with a D employability rating, meaning this career should provide weak employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. Over the next 10 years, it is expected the US will lose -35,400 tellers. That number is based on the retirement of 6,400 existing tellers.

What’s the supply of tellers?

The teller industry is concentrated in Texas, California, Florida

Teller job market by state

State Name Employed Tellers
Texas 53,370
California 43,660
Florida 30,270
New York 25,300
Pennsylvania 21,780
Illinois 19,850
Ohio 18,140
Michigan 16,780
New Jersey 14,470
North Carolina 12,750
Wisconsin 12,580
Georgia 12,160
Missouri 11,490
Virginia 11,360
Washington 10,920
Indiana 10,870
Tennessee 10,550
Alabama 9,970
Massachusetts 9,790
Louisiana 8,680
Minnesota 8,280
Maryland 7,800
Kentucky 7,190
Oklahoma 7,110
Colorado 6,960
Iowa 6,660
Arizona 6,490
South Carolina 6,450
Connecticut 6,000
Kansas 5,920
Arkansas 5,790
Utah 5,600
Nebraska 5,430
Oregon 4,620
Mississippi 4,620
West Virginia 3,460
Nevada 3,370
Puerto Rico 3,120
Idaho 2,710
New Mexico 2,660
Maine 2,470
Montana 2,000
South Dakota 1,970
Hawaii 1,930
New Hampshire 1,860
North Dakota 1,670
Delaware 1,550
Alaska 1,400
Rhode Island 1,290
Wyoming 1,080
Vermont 1,050
District of Columbia 1,030
Guam 270
Virgin Islands 110