INDIANAPOLIS — After having some of the lowest unemployment numbers in the state, some area Indiana counties rolled in some of the highest jobless rates for January 2023.
LaGrange and Noble County saw some major shifts month-over-month, while Steuben and DeKalb County were more stable in January.
LaGrange County went from a 2.1% unemployment rate in December to a state-highest 5.2% in January.
Noble County jumped from a 2.7% unemployment rate in December to 5.1% in January.
Steuben County bounced from 2% in December to 2.9% for January.
DeKalb County’s rate is up too, going from 2.3% to 3%.
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