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Arizona: The unemployment rate for September increased to 4.7% compared with 4.6% in August.

Arkansas: In addition to the experience based rates (0.1% – 14%) or the new employer rate (2.9%), the 2019 rates will include the stabilization tax of 0.3%. The taxable wage base for the 2019 rate year will remain unchanged at $10,000.00.

California: California’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.1% in September, a record low since it started tracking the number this way in 1976, the Employment Development Department reported.

Connecticut: Connecticut’s unemployment rate fell slightly in September to 4.2%, the third month in a row the jobless rate fell and the lowest in 16 years.

Idaho: Idaho’s September unemployment rate dropped to 2.7% continuing at or below 3% for the 13th consecutive month.

Iowa: Iowa’s unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest percentage since 2000. Iowa Workforce Development reported that the state’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.5% from a study conducted in August. Iowa has the second lowest unemployment rate in the country, behind Hawaii.

Kentucky: Kentucky’s unemployment tax rates are to decrease in 2019, while the taxable wage base is to increase, a spokeswoman for the state Office of Training and Employment indicated October 8.

Maine: Maine’s jobless rate edged up a tenth of a percentage point in September to 3.3%. Maine Department of Labor economist Glenn Mills notes that it has stayed below 4% for a record 34 consecutive months.

Michigan: Michigan’s unemployment rate fell by a tenth of a percentage point to 4.0% in September.

Minnesota: Minnesota lost 1,400 jobs in September, yet the state’s unemployment rate fell to 2.8%.

Missouri: Missouri’s unemployment rate edged down a tenth of a point to 3.2%, the lowest figure since 2000, as employment in the state grew by 3,300 jobs in September.

North Carolina: The unemployment rate in North Carolina reached an 18-year low of 3.8 % during September, the N.C. Department of Commerce reported. The rate was down from 3.9% in August and from 4.4% a year ago.

South Carolina: Governor Henry McMaster and S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) Executive Director Cheryl Stanton announced that the 2019 tax rates for businesses will be an average of 18.8% lower than in 2018. Tax rate notices will be mailed to businesses in the beginning of November and will also be available in an employer’s State Unemployment Insurance Tax System (SUITS).

Texas: Texas’  unemployment rate fell to 3.8%, down from 3.9% in August 2018 and setting a new record for the lowest unemployment rate recorded in four decades.

Vermont: Vermont’s unemployment rate for September 2018 was 2.9%. This is an increase of one-tenth and the first time the rate has gone up since 2009,

West Virginia: West Virginia’s unemployment rate fell slightly in September to 5.2%, the lowest it has been so far this year.

Wisconsin: Wisconsin’s unemployment tax rates for new construction employers are unchanged for 2019, the state Department of Workforce Development said Oct. 8.

 

 

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