Montana’s unemployment remains at 3.4% in November
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 3.4% in November.
The U.S. unemployment rate declined 0.1 percentage points to 3.5%.
Montana’s total employment — which includes agricultural, payroll and self-employed workers — showed a gain of 1,200 jobs in November.
Gov. Steve Bullock says the state has added 53,000 jobs over the last 10 years and has recorded the sixth-fastest wage growth among states.