The Department of Workforce Development reports Wisconsin’s unemployment rate was 3.9% for the third straight month in June. Employers added 10,700 total non-farm and 8,400 private sector jobs last month. The state’s labor force grew by 10,000 in June. D-W-D Secretary-designee Amy Pechacek said, “Wisconsin’s June job numbers are another welcome sign of Wisconsin’s economic recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as vaccination rates rise.” The U-S jobless rate was two points higher than Wisconsin at 5.9% in June.

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