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Unemployment Rates Rise in All Area Tennessee Counties

The seasonal impacts on employment, such as school breaks, continued to have an impact on Tennessee’s county unemployment numbers in June, according to newly released information from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

The June 2023 data showed unemployment rates increased in each of Tennessee’s 95 counties.

Bledsoe County’s unemployment rate in May was 5.3%, and the June rate went up to 6.3%.

Grundy County is up from 4.4 to 5.4%.

Hamilton County jumped up from 3.2% to 4%.

Marion County went from 4.0 in May to 5.1 in June.

Sequatchie County finished June at 4.8% after a 3.8% rate in May.