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Unemployment Statistics

Data last refreshed 03/2020.

Oklahoma Counties Count Rate
Adair County 286 3.6%
Alfalfa County 52 1.8%
Atoka County 199 4.0%
Beaver County 46 1.6%
Beckham County 372 3.9%
Blaine County 104 2.2%
Bryan County 552 2.6%
Caddo County 376 3.2%
Canadian County 1,860 2.5%
Carter County 619 2.9%
Cherokee County 619 3.3%
Choctaw County 242 4.5%
Cimarron County 20 1.5%
Cleveland County 3,269 2.3%
Coal County 98 3.9%
Comanche County 1,338 2.8%
Cotton County 71 2.6%
Craig County 182 3.1%
Creek County 967 3.1%
Custer County 395 2.5%
Delaware County 570 3.2%
Dewey County 58 2.0%
Ellis County 49 2.3%
Garfield County 748 2.9%
Garvin County 395 3.1%
Grady County 754 2.8%
Grant County 54 2.1%
Greer County 58 3.2%
Harmon County 28 2.4%
Harper County 41 2.4%
Haskell County 207 4.9%
Hughes County 235 4.4%
Jackson County 259 2.4%
Jefferson County 75 3.0%
Johnston County 152 4.6%
Kay County 640 3.5%
Kingfisher County 176 1.9%
Kiowa County 92 2.7%
Latimer County 194 6.3%
Le Flore County 702 3.7%
Lincoln County 469 3.0%
Logan County 552 2.5%
Love County 122 2.0%
Major County 74 1.9%
Marshall County 221 3.2%
Mayes County 489 2.5%
McClain County 469 2.4%
McCurtain County 594 4.0%
McIntosh County 369 5.2%
Murray County 171 2.7%
Muskogee County 943 3.2%
Noble County 125 2.2%
Nowata County 123 2.7%
Okfuskee County 200 4.3%
Oklahoma County 9,678 2.5%
Okmulgee County 627 4.0%
Osage County 678 3.3%
Ottawa County 384 2.7%
Pawnee County 237 3.2%
Payne County 926 2.4%
Pittsburg County 656 3.9%
Pontotoc County 468 2.4%
Pottawatomie County 942 2.9%
Pushmataha County 191 4.5%
Roger Mills County 52 2.8%
Rogers County 1,166 2.6%
Seminole County 379 4.0%
Sequoyah County 572 3.6%
Stephens County 685 3.7%
Texas County 196 1.7%
Tillman County 86 2.9%
Tulsa County 8,590 2.7%
Wagoner County 1,032 2.7%
Washington County 636 2.9%
Washita County 170 3.3%
Woods County 80 1.7%
Woodward County 263 3.0%
Oklahoma 50,773 2.8%

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