The report for all of Oklahoma can be seen HERE.
For March, 74 of Oklahoma’s 77 counties had a lower unemployment rate than in March of 2016.
LeFlore County’s rate was 5.7 percent, down from 6.8 percent the previous year. The county’s unemployment rate for February was 6.0 and 6.5 percent in January.
The county’s labor force was 19,553 with 18,446 employed and 1,107 out of work. The labor force dropped from 19,643 the previous month, which helped improve the numbers.
McIntosh County had the highest rate in the state at 8.0 percent, Latimer County was second at 7.2 percent and Stephens County was third at 6.7 percent.
Cimarron County had the lowest rate in the state at 2.4 percent.
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