11.6 percent unemployment rate reported

By | April 28, 2011 12:00 am

White Countians may once again have a spark of hope with the recent release of the county-by-county unemployment figures.
According to Tennessee Department of Labor, White County has an 11.6 percent jobless rate for March 2011, down from 12.2 percent in February.
When taking a broader look at the past two years, the unemployment rate for March 2011 is the fourth lowest.
The year began with a jobless rate of 14.1 percent, in January, but decreased almost two percentage points in February. As March’s numbers were calculated, the figure of 11.6 percent provided a hopeful outlook for the upcoming summer months.
Unemployment rates for March 2011 in the bordering counties were: Cumberland, 11.5 percent; DeKalb, 9.4 percent; Putnam, 8.6 percent; Van Buren, 12.4 percent; and Warren, 11.2 percent.
For more information about unemployment rates log onto
www.tn.gov/labor-wfd.

WHITE COUNTY UNEMPLOYMENT
2011
March 11.60%
2011
February 12.20%
2011
January 14.10%
2010
December 11.30%
2010
November 11.90%
2010
October 11.40%
2010
September 11.40%
2010
August 12%
2010
July 12.20%
2010
June 12.70%
2010
May 12.50%
2010
April 13.10%
2010
March 13.70%
2010
February 14.20%
2010
January 14.50%
2009
December 13.40%
2009
November 13.30%
2009
October 13.20%
2009
September 13.50%
2009
August 14.10%
2009
July 14.60%
2009
June 15.40%
2009
May 15.10%
2009
April 14.80%
2009
March 15.10%
MARCH 2011 UNEMPLOYMENTT
Cumberland Co. 11.50%
DeKalb Co. 9.40%
Putnam Co.   8.60%
Van Buren Co. 12.40%
Warren Co.   11.20%
White Co. 11.60%

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