Labor Force Statistics

Local Area Unemployment Statistics

2019 Revised and preliminary data

(Updated 5/17/2019)

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Idaho’s April Unemployment Rate Down Slightly to 2.8 Percent

Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped slightly to 2.8 percent in April, the 17th consecutive month at or below 3 percent.
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State data and average annual rates
January 2018 through March 2019 - Updated 4/22/2019

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What is the Local Area Unemployment Statistics program?

The Local Area Unemployment Statistics program is a federal-state cooperative venture that counts the number of people working— not jobs—by where they live. The data collected include individuals either working or actively seeking work during any part of the week that includes the 12th of the month. The results are used to develop monthly estimates of labor force statistics—the number of persons employed, unemployed and the unemployment rate—at the state, county and labor market area levels and for selected cities.