July 25, by Theo Keith, Fox 9
Minnesota's 1.8% unemployment rate in June was the lowest ever recorded by a state over a half-century of recordkeeping.
State officials say the low jobless rate is mostly a good thing. But it means employers and hiring agencies need to do a better job connecting with people they've previously overlooked, they say.
Minnesota has 2.7 open jobs for every one available worker. The state's labor force remains smaller than before the COVID-19 pandemic, and population trends suggest that will not change quickly.
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