McDowell County, NC 12.2 percent jobless rate for June

 

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For the month of June, McDowell County reported a jobless rate of 12.2 percent, which is almost unchanged from the previous month.

The N.C. Employment Security Commission recently released the jobless figures for June for all 100 counties in the state.

In June, North Carolina had 47 counties that were at or below the state’s unadjusted unemployment rate of 10.1 percent.

Of the surrounding counties, Rutherford reported the highest rate for June with a 14.7 percent rate. Rutherford also had the third highest rate in the state for that month. Burke had a 12.8 percent rate. Mitchell reported a 10.4 percent rate while Yancey reported a 10.6 percent rate. Buncombe reported an 8.2 percent rate. Avery reported a rate of 8 percent, the lowest rate of the surrounding counties. SOURCE

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