Minnesota adds 1,300 Jobs in March
30 Apr 2019
Unemployment rate at 3.2 percent
ST. PAUL – Minnesota gained 1,300 seasonally adjusted jobs in March while the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 3.2 percent according to figures released by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The U.S. unemployment rate was 3.8 percent.
Minnesota total over-the-year growth rebounded back into positive territory in March as employment was up 7,605 or 0.3 percent over last March.
February’s seasonally adjusted job loss was reduced through revisions by 1,000 jobs to 7,800 jobs lost.
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