MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WTVA) – The State of Alabama set a new record low with November’s unemployment numbers.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday the state’s preliminary seasonally adjusted November unemployment rate set a new record low of 3.5 percent. This is down from October’s previous record-setting rate of 3.6 percent and well below November 2016’s rate of 6.2 percent.
“It was just last month when we reached the extraordinary milestone of breaking all previous unemployment rate records, but now just a month later the trend continues and we have once again broken those records,” said Gov. Ivey.
- New record low unemployment rate for Alabama in November
- Mississippi sees record low unemployment in November
- Alabama unemployment rate matches all-time low
- Alabama unemployment rate is at historic low
- Union, Pontotoc counties see low unemployment rates for November
- Mississippi unemployment rate near historic low
- Mississippi sees record low unemployment in December
- Mississippi continues to see record low unemployment
- October unemployment rates released per county
- Alabama's jobless rate unchanged