Wyoming Unemployment Rate Dips
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell slightly to 5.4 percent in February.
The rate was 5.5 percent in January.
The state’s jobless rate has been falling steadily for the past six months. It was 6.2 percent in February 2011.
Among individual counties, Sublette County had the state’s lowest unemployment rate in February at 3.3 percent, followed by Campbell County at 4.5 percent and Albany at 4.6 percent.
Lincoln County had the state’s highest jobless rate at 8.8 percent, followed by Johnson County at 7.7 percent and Fremont County at 7.4 percent.