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Unemployment Statistics

Data last refreshed 03/2020.

California Counties Count Rate
Alameda County 31,944 3.8%
Alpine County 38 7.1%
Amador County 803 5.4%
Butte County 6,670 6.7%
Calaveras County 1,155 5.4%
Colusa County 2,574 22.4%
Contra Costa County 22,176 4.0%
Del Norte County 735 7.6%
El Dorado County 4,271 4.7%
Fresno County 49,558 10.8%
Glenn County 1,152 8.7%
Humboldt County 3,011 4.9%
Imperial County 15,029 20.5%
Inyo County 412 4.8%
Kern County 46,906 12.0%
Kings County 7,226 12.3%
Lake County 2,055 7.0%
Lassen County 700 7.2%
Los Angeles County 320,548 6.4%
Madera County 6,652 10.5%
Marin County 4,194 3.0%
Mariposa County 556 7.6%
Mendocino County 2,258 5.9%
Merced County 15,121 12.9%
Modoc County 358 11.5%
Mono County 428 4.9%
Monterey County 26,169 11.8%
Napa County 2,920 4.0%
Nevada County 2,232 4.6%
Orange County 57,761 3.6%
Placer County 7,537 4.0%
Plumas County 1,014 13.2%
Riverside County 57,937 5.3%
Sacramento County 33,638 4.7%
San Benito County 2,490 7.9%
San Bernardino County 47,247 4.9%
San Diego County 64,640 4.1%
San Francisco County 17,468 3.0%
San Joaquin County 27,108 8.3%
San Luis Obispo County 5,370 3.8%
San Mateo County 12,540 2.8%
Santa Barbara County 12,006 5.6%
Santa Clara County 34,331 3.3%
Santa Cruz County 11,256 7.9%
Shasta County 5,009 6.8%
Sierra County 112 8.5%
Siskiyou County 1,714 10.0%
Solano County 10,394 5.0%
Sonoma County 9,312 3.6%
Stanislaus County 20,333 8.3%
Sutter County 5,243 11.1%
Tehama County 1,958 7.6%
Trinity County 415 9.2%
Tulare County 30,046 14.5%
Tuolumne County 1,341 6.2%
Ventura County 19,540 4.6%
Yolo County 6,398 5.9%
Yuba County 2,642 8.5%
California 1,084,652 5.6%

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