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Utah’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in June at 3 percent, which translates to approximately 48,400 Utahns being unemployed during the month and actively seeking work.  Meanwhile, the national jobless rate increased two-tenths of a percentage point to 4 percent.

Utah’s nonfarm payroll employment has grown by an estimated 3.3 percent in the past year, adding 47,900 jobs to the economy since June 2017. Utah’s current employment level sits at about 1,591,400. 

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