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Unemployment increases in SE Nebraska
11/20/2018

Nebraska Department of Labor

(KLZA)--Unemployment figures went up in Southeast Nebraska counties during the month of October. 

Richardson County has a 2.9 percent jobless rate which is up 3-tenths from September.  Unemployment in Pawnee County jumped 8-tenths to 2.8 percent.

The biggest increase in unemployment was in Gage County where the figure increased 1.3 -percent to 4 percent.  Otoe County has the best unemployment rate at 2.6 percent, up just a tenth.  

In Nemaha County the rate jumped 2-tenths to 3 percent and in Johnson County the rate was up a tenth to 3.3 percent. 

Statewide the jobless rate remained steady at 2.8 percent, well below the national averaged 3.7 percent.

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