Employment in Utah for November 2017 grew by means of an estimated 2.nine %, including 42,100 jobs to the financial system since November 2016. Utah’s present employment degree registers 1,498,100. October’s year-over activity enlargement was once revised from 2.7 % to two.eight %.
November’s seasonally adjusted unemployment fee dropped one-tenth of a share level from the prior month to three.2 %. Approximately 50,300 Utahns had been unemployed right through the month and actively in search of paintings. The nationwide unemployment fee remained unchanged from October at four.1 %.
“The year is winding down on an economic high note with the addition of more than 40,000 jobs in the state,” reported Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist on the Department of Workforce Services. “Coupled with a low unemployment rate, Utah will transition to 2018 on a strong labor market trajectory.”
Utah’s non-public sector employment grew by means of three.1 % year-over with the addition of 37,200 positions. Eight of the 10 non-public sector business teams measured within the status quo survey posted internet activity will increase in November as in comparison to remaining yr, whilst the Natural Resources and Mining business diminished by means of 400 positions and the Information business received no positions.
The biggest non-public sector employment will increase had been in:
- Leisure and Hospitality (nine,00zero jobs)
- Trade, Transportation, and Utilities (6,500 jobs)
- Professional and Business Services (6,200 jobs)
- Education and Health Services (6,200 jobs)
The quickest employment enlargement came about in:
- Leisure and Hospitality (6.7 %)
- Construction (five.1 %)
- Other Services (four.nine %)
Chief Economist Carrie Mayne breaks down November’s employment record on this fast video:
For additional information consult with our Labor Market Employment Update internet pages.
Following the discharge of the November 2017 activity numbers for the state of Utah, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) knowledge displays Utah is ranked No. 1 for overall activity enlargement within the U.S. at 2.nine %. In addition, Utah is ranked No. 1 for personal sector activity enlargement at three.1 %. For unemployment, Utah is tied with Wisconsin for No. 11 at three.2 %.
BLS knowledge displays Utah scores as follows:
TOTAL JOB GROWTH
(1) Utah – 2.nine %
(2) Texas – 2.7 %
(2) Nevada – 2.7 %
(three) Florida – 2.four %
(three) Idaho – 2.four %
PRIVATE SECTOR JOB GROWTH
(1) Utah – three.1 %
(2) Texas – 2.nine %
(three) Florida – 2.6 %
(three) Nevada – 2.6 %
(1) Hawaii – 2.zero %
(2) North Dakota – 2.6 %
(three) Nebraska – 2.7 %
(three) New Hampshire – 2.7 %
(five) Colorado – 2.nine %
(five) Idaho – 2.nine %
(five) Iowa – 2.9percent
(five) Vermont – 2.nine %
(nine) Minnesota – three.1 %
(nine) Tennessee – three.1 %
(11) Utah – three.2 %
(11) Wisconsin – three.2 %