LaGrange County’s unemployment rate remained below 6 percent for February.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate has dropped nearly 2.5 percent in the past year.
In January 2013, the rate was at 7.7 percent, the best it had been in a while.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate continues to fluctuate slightly from month to month as the employment situation normalizes.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate has dropped below 6 percent, with September’s rate at 5.7 percent and October’s slightly higher at 5.9 percent.
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LaGrange County’s unemployment took a steep drop last month, dropping to 6.2 percent, the lowest rate the county has seen in a long time.
The LaGrange County unemployment rate rose by seven-tenths of a percent in June, up to 7.6 percent. The June 2012 unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate took a significant drop in April, falling below 7 percent for the first time in years.
LaGrange County saw one of its biggest increases in unemployment in January, reversing the mostly downward trend the area has enjoyed over the past year.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rate continues to go down, finally dropping below 7 percent for October 2012.
Unemployment numbers continue to drop as the September rate was reported at 7.0 percent, down from 7.4 percent in August.
LaGrangeCountycontinues to see a drop in its overall unemployment numbers, based on the report issued at the end of last week by Indiana Workforce Development.
LaGrangeCountycontinues to see its unemployment numbers remain under 8 percent with the release of the July 2012 figures.
LaGrange County’s unemployment rose in June, putting the county just below 8 percent.
On June 14, Ricky Morgan came to the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department to report identity theft.
LaGrangeCountysaw its unemployment rate drop by half a percent in March, as 188 residents were added to the “employed” list.
Two studies released this week show a split picture for LaGrange County.