The State of Hawaii in the U.S. leads the nation in the amount of positive tests of methamphetamine use at the workplace with a 410 percent higher rate of positive tests then the national average. Arkansas was a second with 280 percent higher rate of positive tests, with Oklahoma coming in third with a positive test rate 240 percent higher then the national average.
Hawaii still lead the nation in positive methamphetamine use in the workplace despite a 21.6 percent decline since 2006.
Overall, the percentage of people testing positive for methamphetamine at the workplace in the United States decreased by 44 percent between 2006 and 2010.
Source: Associated Press, “APNewsBreak: Hawaii is No. 1 in workplace meth use,” Houston Chronicle, September 1, 2011.