Butler County’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate falls slightly to 3.2%
The Pittsburgh region’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate decreased slightly to 4.2% from March to April, while Butler County’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate decreased as well, from 3.3% to 3.2% during that time.
Butler County continued to have the lowest rate of the seven-county Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area, according to data released Tuesday, May 30, by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry.
Pennsylvania’s seasonally adjusted rate fell to 4.1% from 4.2%, while the nation’s rate decreased slightly as well to 3.4% from 3.5%
Butler County’s seasonally adjusted labor force was almost unchanged from March to April as it lost 100 workers, rounding out at 98,400.
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