According to information from Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, the unemployment rate was 3.9 percent in November, down from 4.2 percent in October.
Indiana's 3.7 percent November rate was lower than all of its neighboring states.
Chambers County was one of the Alabama Counties to see an increase in unemployment figures in the month of November.
That number is up almost half a percentage point from November 2016, when the unemployment rate was at 3.9 percent, according to the report, and up from October 2017 when the rate was 4.1 percent.
The unemployment rate in Jefferson County spiked from the same time a year ago when it was 6.3 percent and from October when it was 5.4 percent.
Jefferson County's smaller population compared to other counties and the abundance of seasonal leisure and hospitality employers closing their doors for months has typically kept the county high on the list for unemployment among major labor areas, Mrs. Mayforth said.
The civilian labor force, the estimate of all people working or looking for work, was 27,200 in November, down 100 from October. In October the unemployment rate was 3.3 percent and it dropped in November to 3.1 percent. Of that, 10 percent were at clothing and clothing accessory stores and 8.9 percent were at general merchandise stores - both of which add employees for the influx of holiday shoppers.More news: Look out for a Wolf Moon over Manchester this New Year
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Fitchburg had the lowest unemployment rate at 1.9 percent in November, down from 2.1 percent in October and down from 2.6 percent in November of 2016.
The states labor force increased by 7,227 (just under 1 percent) from October to 835,890. The unemployment rate is essentially unchanged from this time a year ago.
The statewide average for the month of November was reported at 3.5%. Losses were partially offset by a gain in the Construction (4,900) sector.
Month over month, the Boise Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) nonfarm payroll employment increased by 700 jobs while Pocatello MSA declined by 200 jobs.
Meanwhile, New York state added 109,300 private sector jobs from November 2016 to November of this year. Madison Countys unemployment rate remained the lowest at 2 percent.
After December's numbers are available, the county's unemployment rate for 2017 is likely to be less than 5 percent, which would be a 27-year record low, Rooney said.