Homeless rates grow in 41 of 55 counties of West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Increase unemployment rates in 41 of the 55 counties in West Virginia in December.

WorkForce West Virginia states homeless rates say in nine counties and remain steady in five others.

The Jefferson County non-adjusted unemployment rate is 3 percent lower than the lowest in the state, and Berkeley County is 3.5 percent and County Monongalia at 3.7 per cent later.

County Calhoun had the highest unemployment rate at 12.4 per cent. County McDowell was the first time at 9.4 percent and Roane County was 7.9 per cent.

Across the country, the adjusted unemployment rate fell seasonally to 5.1 per cent in December. The national rate was 3.9 percent.


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