(Credit: Darla Cameron.)

More than 800,000 federal workers are out of work during the government shutdown — and it’s not just the D.C. metro area that’s affected. From Hawaii to Georgia, workers in regions all over the country rely heavily on the federal government.

A number of metropolitan areas across the country have a high share of federal and military workers, with D.C. actually ranking fourth nationwide. Our graphics department colleague Darla Cameron put together the map below that shows just how widespread the federal workforce is. Here are the top 10 metro areas with a high share of federal employees:

1) Colorado Springs, 55,000 federal workers, or 18.8% of the workforce
2) Virginia Beach-N.C., 144,000 federal workers, 17.2%
3) Honolulu 86,000 workers, 17.2%
4) D.C. region, 446,000 workers, 14.3%
5) El Paso, 43,000 workers, 13.6%
6) Ogden-Clearfield, Utah, 24,000 workers, 11.5%
7) San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, 151,000 workers, 10.9%
8) Augusta, Ga.-S.C., 20,000 workers, 9.1%
9) San Antonio, 72,000 workers, 7.8%
10) Charleston S.C., 24,000 workers, 7.6%