Kern County unemployment rate goes down

Kern County unemployment rate goes down

Kern County unemployment rate goes down

According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, the state jobless rate increased from 3.5 percent in August, but remains below the national rate of 4.2 percent.

That's the third lowest in the state, behind Boulder and Fort Collins' 1.9 percent, according to the survey of households.

The area and state unemployment rates are not seasonally adjusted because the labor department provides only that figure for metropolitan statistical areas in Kansas.

Numbers unadjusted for seasons, SC added more than 1,200 jobs in manufacturing and 400-plus jobs in construction in September.

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But the Nebraska Department of Labor says the number is less a reflection of more people being hired as it is having less available workers.The Norfolk area actually lost 136 jobs over the last month. Coming out of the summer tourism months, the leisure and hospitality sector last a seasonally adjusted 3,700 jobs. The national rate was down 0.2 percentage points from August.

Pennsylvania's civilian labor force was down 15,000 over the month to 6,414,000. Annual gains since 2016 were up across the board, including 7,300 jobs added in trade, transportation and utilities.

That was down from 2.5 percent in August and 2.9 percent in September 2016.

September unemployment rate estimates for other states in the region were 2.7 percent in New Hampshire, 2.9 percent in Vermont, 3.9 percent in MA, 4.2 percent in Rhode Island and 4.6 percent in CT.

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