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Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 2.9 percent in April, continuing an eight-month run at or below 3 percent.
Idaho’s state Board of Education has named five finalists to be the next president of Boise State University, and all are academics with Ph.D. degrees. That might seem like a given, but the board’s recent pick to be the new president of Idaho State University in Pocatello doesn’t fit that description – Kevin Satterlee is an attorney, a graduate of the University of Idaho College of Law, who most recently has been chief operating officer, vice president and special counsel at BSU. He previously served as deputy attorney general for the Office of the State Board of Education.
Idaho’s unemployment rate in January for the fifth consecutive month remained at 3 percent.
Idaho's unemployment rate in January for the fifth consecutive month remained at 3 percent. The agency says five of Idaho's major industry sectors recorded job gains of 4 percent or more compared to January 2017. Construction jobs topped that list with an increase of 8.7 percent...
Idaho’s unemployment rate was 3.2 percent for 2017, a slight revision from earlier estimates of 3.1 percent.
Kootenai County added 900 jobs last year, a gain that occurred despite skilled labor shortages in the area.
Idaho's unemployment rate fell to 3 percent in July. The Idaho Department of Labor in a news release Friday says that's the lowest level for the state since mid-2008. The agency says nonfarm jobs grew by 4,300 with the trade, transportation and utilities sectors accounting for...
Unemployment in Idaho dropped to 3.1 percent in June, the fourth consecutive month that the seasonally adjusted rate fell; it was 3.2 percent in May, and 3.8 percent in June of 2016.
Unemployment in Idaho dropped to 3.1 percent in June, the fourth consecutive month that the seasonally adjusted rate fell; it was 3.2 percent in May, and 3.8 percent in June of 2016. The Idaho Department of Labor reports that while 25,351 Idahoans were listed as...
Significant drops in the number of unemployed Idahoans and people looking for work pushed the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate down to 3.4 percent in April, narrowing an already tight labor market even further.
Idaho’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.6 percent in February. Both the number of job seekers and the number of positions available grew.
The Idaho Senate has approved a major tax-cut bill for Idaho employers, passing SB 1195 on a 34-1 vote Wednesday to cut the unemployment premium tax rate that employers pay, saving Idaho employers $115 million over the next three years. The bill now moves to the House.
Idaho’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.8 percent in November – the same rate reported since July.