Unemployment Rate Falls Across 39 states in June

unemployment-rate-falls-across-39-states-in-juneIn june unemployment rate fell in most states including California and Washington, D.C. The unemployment rate fell because people gave up searching for work. In this month about 650,000 people stopped looking for work

On Tuesday the Labor Department said, the jobless rate declined in 39 states and Washington, D.C. last month. The government said, only 21 states saw net job gains in June.

Nevada unemployment rate is 14.2 percent in this month. Which is the state’s highest since 1976. The nation’s second-highest Michigan’s unemployment rate which is fell to 13.2 percent in June. California has the third highest unemployment rate in the country at 12.3 percent.

Nationally, the unemployment rate fell to 9.5 percent in June from 9.7 percent the month before.