Kansas Labor Department reports dip in October jobless rate

Posted November 18, 2017

The report says the October rate was six-tenths of a point under the year-ago rate of 3.3 percent.

The state rate represents about 77,000 unemployed people in October compared to about 83,000 jobless people in September.

Nationally, the unemployment rate is 4.1 percent. Only Hawaii, at 2.2 percent, and North Dakota, at 2.5 percent, had lower rates.

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The state's jobs engine is humming along, according to John Albin, the Labor Department commissioner.

Nebraska continues to far outpace the U.S as a whole.

The state's preliminary October unemployment rate is 3.5 percent, down slightly from September's rate of 3.7 percent and also below the October 2016 rate of 3.9 percent.

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"The low unemployment rate and job gains are indicators of the ongoing strength of the economy in MA".

Nationally, the unemployment rate in October was 4.1 percent, down slightly from 4.2 in September and 4.8 percent a year ago. The city figures aren't seasonally adjusted.

Employment in the Lincoln area was a 177,530 in October, up almost 2,700 over October 2016.

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The number of employed climbed more than 18 hundred in October, setting a record, according to the Department of Workforce.