Unemployed Workers in Civilian Labor Force

People in the noninstitutional civilian labor force (aged 16+) who are unemployed as a percent of the total non-institutional civilian labor force. Unemployed persons are those who were not employed during the reference week (based on the definition above), had actively looked for a job sometime in the 4-week period ending with the reference week, and were currently available for work; persons on layoff expecting recall need not be looking for work to be counted as unemployed.

Measurement Period: jun16
Value: 4.9

County

4.9

State

National

HP 2020

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  • 3.2
  • 7.2
  • 10.2

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Historical Data

  • Measurement Period Value
    jun16 4.9
    jun16 4.9
    may-16 4.6
    may-16 4.6
    apr-16 4.9
    apr-16 4.9
    mar-16 5.6
    mar-16 5.6
    feb-16 5.6
    feb-16 5.6
    jan-16 5.9
    jan-16 5.9
    dec-15 4.7
    dec-15 4.7
    nov-15 4.7
    nov-15 4.7
    oct-15 4.4
    oct-15 4.4
    sep-15 4.3
    sep-15 4.3
    01/08/2015 4.3
    01/08/2015 4.3
    01/07/2015 4.9
    01/07/2015 4.9
    01/06/2015 5
    01/06/2015 5
    01/04/2015 4.7
    01/04/2015 4.7
    01/03/2015 5.5
    01/03/2015 5.5
    01/02/2015 5.7
    01/02/2015 5.7
    01/01/2015 6.4
    01/01/2015 6.4
    01/08/2014 5
    01/08/2014 5
    01/07/2014 5.6
    01/07/2014 5.6
    01/06/2014 5.5
    01/06/2014 5.5
    01/05/2014 5
    01/05/2014 5
    01/04/2014 5.1
    01/04/2014 5.1
    01/03/2014 5.9
    01/03/2014 5.9
    01/02/2014 6.6
    01/02/2014 6.6
    01/12/2014 4.9
    01/12/2014 4.9
    01/11/2014 5
    01/11/2014 5
    01/10/2014 4.9
    01/10/2014 4.9
    01/09/2014 5.2
    01/09/2014 5.2
    01/01/2014 7.1
    01/01/2014 7.1
    12/1/2013 6.3
    12/1/2013 6.3
    11/1/2013 6.8
    11/1/2013 6.8
    10/1/2013 6.8
    10/1/2013 6.8
    9/1/2013 7
    9/1/2013 7
    8/1/2013 6.7
    8/1/2013 6.7
    7/1/2013 6.9
    7/1/2013 6.9
    6/1/2013 7.1
    6/1/2013 7.1
    5/1/2013 6.6
    5/1/2013 6.6
    4/1/2013 6.4
    4/1/2013 6.4
    3/1/2013 7
    3/1/2013 7
    2/1/2013 7.3
    2/1/2013 7.3
    1/1/2013 8
    1/1/2013 8
    12/1/2012 6.1
    12/1/2012 6.1
    11/1/2012 5.9
    11/1/2012 5.9
    Nov-11 7.3
    Nov-11 7.3
    Nov-10 9
    Nov-10 9
    Oct-11 8.1
    Oct-11 8.1
    Sep-11 8.1
    Sep-11 8.1
    Aug-11 8.3
    Aug-11 8.3
    Jul-11 8.7
    Jul-11 8.7
    Jun-11 8.9
    Jun-11 8.9
    May-11 8.2
    May-11 8.2
    Apr-11 8.2
    Apr-11 8.2
    Mar-11 8.8
    Mar-11 8.8
    Feb-11 9.5
    Feb-11 9.5
    Jan-11 9.8
    Jan-11 9.8
    Dec-10 9
    Dec-10 9
    Oct-10 9.1
    Oct-10 9.1

Peer Counties

  • Peers included in this indicator: Fresno, CA; Kern, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Joaquin, CA; Duval, FL; Hillsborough, FL; Orange, FL; Pinellas, FL; Baltimore city, MD; Mecklenburg, NC; Hamilton, OH; Montgomery, OH; Summit, OH; Davidson, TN; Shelby, TN; El Paso, TX; Hidalgo, TX; Travis, TX; Milwaukee, WI;

  • 4.9
    • 3.2
    • 7.2
    • 10.8
  • Peer counties are those counties similar in population composition and selected demographics. Of the peer counties, only the ones that have data for the same indicator/time frame have been included.

    This county has 38 peer counties

    Peer counties (counties and county-like geographic areas) in stratum number 3 were stratified on the basis of the following factors: Frontier Status, Population Size, Poverty

    All Peer Counties for Summit

    Jefferson, AL; Pima, AZ; Fresno, CA; Kern, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Joaquin, CA; District of Columbia, DC; Duval, FL; Hillsborough, FL; Orange, FL; Pinellas, FL; DeKalb, GA; Fulton, GA; Marion, IN; Jefferson, KY; Suffolk, MA; Baltimore city, MD; Jackson, MO; Mecklenburg, NC; Camden, NJ; Essex, NJ; Hudson, NJ; Bernalillo, NM; Erie, NY; Monroe, NY; Hamilton, OH; Montgomery, OH; Summit, OH; Oklahoma, OK; Tulsa, OK; Multnomah, OR; Providence, RI; Davidson, TN; Shelby, TN; El Paso, TX; Hidalgo, TX; Travis, TX; Pierce, WA; Milwaukee, WI;

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