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State, County unemployment rates see continued decline

Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped for the eighth consecutive month, falling to 4.8% in December. The rate is far below the national average of 6.7%.

The latest report from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, released Tuesday, January 26, shows the unemployment rate in both Lincoln and Teton Counties at 3.9% in December. Uinta County is at 5% while Sublette County is at 5.7%.

The Wyoming Department of Workforce services suggests that the falling rates show that Wyoming’s economic situation is steadily improving.

State and County unemployment rates for December 2020, as reported by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services