18 November, 2017
Chase County has the lowest rate at 2 percent while Coffey County has the highest at 4.2 percent.
Seasonally adjusted job estimates indicate total Kansas nonfarm jobs decreased by 1,700 from September.
Professional and business services had shown the most growth this year, adding more than 4,000 jobs. The September estimate was revised to a gain of 10,300 jobs.
The Office of Labor and Workforce Development said Thursday the jobless rate was 3.7 percent in October, down from September's 3.9 percent rate.
The state's jobs engine is humming along, according to John Albin, the Labor Department commissioner.
Airbus lands biggest-ever order with $49.5bn deal for 430 airliners
Overall, Boeing has been eating Airbus's lunch so far this year, out-selling the Toulouse, France-based planemaker by 690 to 343. The agreement puts pan-European Airbus ahead of U.S. rival Boeing in the battle to sell the most aircraft at the Dubai event.
Oil market could tip out of balance on rising non-Opec production
Scientists just this week said that emissions of the heat-trapping gas rose this year after three years of not growing. This latest move comes as investors expect figures to show United States oil production has risen.
Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires' disease sickens park visitors
People who develop symptoms may experience fever, cough, chills, shortness of breath, headaches, muscle aches and diarrhea. Orange County health officials said nine people who visited the Anaheim theme park in September developed the disease.
The state Department of Job and Family Services says Ohio's nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased by 4,300 in October.
At the same time, the size of the state's labor force has continued to hover right around 1.4 million people for most of the past year.
Last month's rate is well below the state's October 2016 rate of 6.1 percent.
Unemployment remains historically low in ME, with the rate at or below 4 percent for 25 consecutive months, officials say.