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Delaware: Delaware’s unemployment rate slipped below 4% last month for the first time in a decade. Data released  by the Delaware Department of Labor indicates the state’s unemployment rate fell to 3.9% in June, the lowest since February 2008.

Georgia: The state Department of Workforce Development released data Thursday that shows the unemployment rate was 2.9% in June. That’s up from a record-low of 2.8% in May and April.

Indiana: Indiana’s unemployment rate ticked up last month for the first time in nearly a year. The rate increased a 0.1%, up to 3.3% in June. That’s the first time it’s gone up since July last year.

Louisiana: Louisiana’s jobless rate rose to 4.7% from 4.6% in May. It was the unemployment rate’s third straight monthly increase,

Maine: Maine’s unemployment rate was 2.9% in June.  That was up from 2.8% in May.

Montana: Montana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dipped one-tenth of a percentage point to 3.8% in June, the lowest rate in nearly 11 years.

Nevada: Nevada’s unemployment rate is down, with the state reporting Tuesday that June’s unemployment rate was 4.7%, down from 4.8% in May and from 5% in June 2017.

New Mexico: The Department of Workforce Solutions on Friday released the latest updates from June, which showed the state’s unemployment rate is down to 4.9%—compared to 6.1% during the same time in 2018. It’s the seventh straight month unemployment has fallen.

Texas: The statewide unemployment rate for June was 4%, the same as the overall U.S. rate, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics which produces the data each month.

Utah: The state’s jobless rate was among lowest in the nation with the Beehive State recording the 11th ranked unemployment level in the country. Utah’s  unemployment rate held steady from the prior month, registering at 3% for June.

Vermont: Effective July 1, 2018, the maximum weekly unemployment benefit will be indexed upwards to 57% of the average weekly wage. The current maximum weekly benefit amount is $466, which will increase to $498. Both changes are directly tied to the change in the Tax Rate Schedule.

Wisconsin: The state Department of Workforce Development released data Thursday that shows the unemployment rate was 2.9 percent in June. That’s up from a record-low of 2.8 percent in May and April.

 

 

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