Published: Sat, August 19, 2017
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

July unemployment in IN pegged at 3.1 percent

July unemployment in IN pegged at 3.1 percent

The worst, by far, was neighboring Imperial County, where the rate was a staggering 24.2 percent - 17,900 unemployed out of a civilian labor force of 73,700, according to the EDD.

According to the survey of households released by the state Department of Labor and Employment, the Greeley metropolitan statistical area, otherwise known as Weld County, remained lower than the state's unadjusted performance by one-tenth of a percentage point.

Trade, transportation and utilities added 5,400 jobs.

State unemployment rates are staying at record lows.

July's prelimiary rate of 3.7 percent extends to 22 consecutive months where the jobless rate has been below 4 percent.

Over the past year, Oregon, Arkansas, Florida, New Hampshire, Utah and Texas saw the largest percentage job gains - with growth of at least 2.4 percent.

The agency says Idaho's rate is 63 percent, the lowest participation rate since May of 1976.

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Tulare County's unemployment rate for July was 10.8 percent, up from 9.9 percent in June and unchanged from a year ago. "In other words, the 1.7 percent rate of growth does not reflect the potential strength of the economy", Horvath said.

There were 1,328,119 Arkansans employed last month, an increase of 9,058 since June and up 39,229 since July past year.

The state's Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development preliminarily reported for July that 3,536,900 MA residents were employed and 160,700 were unemployed, for a total labor force of 3,697,500.

Those sectors led job losses, followed by construction, professional and business services, and state government. The leisure and hospitality sector added 7,100 jobs from July to July.

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission reported Friday that the sharpest decline was in the manufacturing industry, which lost 1,400 jobs.

The rate in neighboring Riverside County rose to 6.3 percent.

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