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Minnesota gains 7,200 jobs in June, unemployment rate unchanged
Minnesota's jobless rate remains 5.6 percent for the third straight month, according to the figures released Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. Employers added 7,200 jobs last month to end a three-month skid of job losses in the state. Minnesota is still well below the national unemployment rate of 8.2 percent.
DEED: Minnesota jobless rate climbs to 5.9 percent in August
Employers in Minnesota cut 2,000 jobs last month, according to state labor officials with the Department of Employment and Economic Development. The Star Tribune reports, the state's unemployment rate went up one-tenth of a point from July to 5.9 percent. The national jobless figure was 8.1 percent in August.
Minn. employers add 5,900 jobs, unemployment rate ticks down to 5.8%
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development says the state's jobless rate fell a tenth of a percent to 5.8 percent last month after employers add 5,900 jobs, the Star Tribune reports. Education and health services led all sectors in September with 5,600 new positions. The government, manufacturing and information sectors shed the most jobs last month.
Minnesota adds more than 15,000 jobs, unemployement dips
January unemployment dropped a tenth of a percent in Minnesota as employers added another 15,500 jobs. The unemployment rate for the state is at 5.6 percent. Minnesota's jobless rate is well below the national figure, but job growth is slower than the nation as a whole.
February unemployment rate up slightly despite more jobs
Minnesota employers added 6,200 jobs last month, but the state's jobless rate still went up a tenth of a percent to 5.7 percent. Minnesota's jobless rate remains well below the U.S. rate of 8.3 percent. Education and health services added the most jobs.
State unemployment rate drops again, labor market recovering
Minnesota employers shaved another 0.2 points in December, reaching the lowest level in three years. The state boosted the number of jobs by 7,900 to bring the unemployment rate down to 5.7 percent.
Minnesota's unemployment rate drops to 6.9 percent
The state's jobless rate remains well below the national average -- 9.1 percent. Still, employers statewide cut 7,400 jobs last month.
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