The Tri-City unemployment rate for May was 6.3 percent, a 7 percent drop from 6.8 percent in May 2015. The labor force added nearly 2,400 people compared to a year ago while the number of jobs grew by nearly 3,000 positions.
The Tri-City unemployment rate for May was 6.3 percent, a 7 percent drop from 6.8 percent in May 2015. The labor force added nearly 2,400 people compared to a year ago while the number of jobs grew by nearly 3,000 positions. File Tri-City Herald
The Tri-City unemployment rate for May was 6.3 percent, a 7 percent drop from 6.8 percent in May 2015. The labor force added nearly 2,400 people compared to a year ago while the number of jobs grew by nearly 3,000 positions. File Tri-City Herald

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