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The unemployment rate in Louisiana is 4.9 as of January 2014. In contrast, the national unemployment rate is 6.7 percent.
Unemployment rates in the state have decreased steadily month after month since August of the previous year (2013).
Fluctuation of unemployment rates through the last years:
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*Data in percent, seasonally adjusted.
The civilian labor force in Louisiana is currently 2,093.0 with 1,990.5 employment and 102.5 of unemployment. The labor force has remained stable through the last years. Check the data provided below:
*Number of individuals in thousands, seasonally adjusted, preliminary data.
In terms of employment areas, these are the latest statistics regarding nonfarm wage and salary employment (January 2014):
* Data provided by The Bureau of Labor Statistics, preliminary, number of persons in thousands, seasonally adjusted.
If you have any questions, contact the Research and Statistics Division, LMI Unitby:
Research and Statistics Division, LMI Unit1001 North 23rd Street Post Office Box 94094 Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9094