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Unemployment Statistics

Data last refreshed 03/2020.

Alabama Counties Count Rate
Autauga County 795 3.1%
Baldwin County 2,873 3.0%
Barbour County 349 4.1%
Bibb County 296 3.5%
Blount County 752 3.0%
Bullock County 174 3.8%
Butler County 405 4.4%
Calhoun County 1,786 3.9%
Chambers County 520 3.4%
Cherokee County 368 3.3%
Chilton County 573 3.0%
Choctaw County 248 5.5%
Clarke County 493 6.7%
Clay County 197 3.3%
Cleburne County 209 3.7%
Coffee County 671 3.2%
Colbert County 934 4.0%
Conecuh County 190 4.3%
Coosa County 153 3.5%
Covington County 571 3.7%
Crenshaw County 211 3.4%
Cullman County 1,102 2.9%
Dale County 650 3.2%
Dallas County 832 5.8%
DeKalb County 970 3.2%
Elmore County 1,093 3.0%
Escambia County 586 4.0%
Etowah County 1,884 4.4%
Fayette County 211 3.3%
Franklin County 446 3.1%
Geneva County 343 3.2%
Greene County 175 6.2%
Hale County 287 4.7%
Henry County 260 3.8%
Houston County 1,497 3.3%
Jackson County 850 3.7%
Jefferson County 9,896 3.2%
Lamar County 194 3.4%
Lauderdale County 1,429 3.4%
Lawrence County 462 3.3%
Lee County 2,305 3.0%
Limestone County 1,247 2.9%
Lowndes County 200 5.7%
Macon County 360 4.7%
Madison County 5,079 2.8%
Marengo County 316 4.2%
Marion County 486 3.8%
Marshall County 1,202 2.8%
Mobile County 7,854 4.2%
Monroe County 404 5.5%
Montgomery County 3,656 3.5%
Morgan County 1,615 2.8%
Perry County 182 5.5%
Pickens County 357 4.5%
Pike County 540 3.5%
Randolph County 310 3.3%
Russell County 757 3.2%
Shelby County 2,791 2.5%
St. Clair County 1,167 2.9%
Sumter County 215 4.6%
Talladega County 1,344 3.8%
Tallapoosa County 649 3.6%
Tuscaloosa County 2,977 2.9%
Walker County 941 3.8%
Washington County 335 5.0%
Wilcox County 262 9.6%
Winston County 372 3.7%
Alabama 73,858 3.3%

Data provided by the United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration ("DOLETA") and the Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development ("DEED")