Ohio’s unemployment rate last month slipped to 5.1 percent, down from 5.2 percent the month before, the state Department of Job and Family Services said today. There were 9,200 jobs added last month and the number of unemployed dropped by 2,
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Lucas County rate is 4.9%; Toledo’s 5.4%; and Wood County 3.8%.
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Number employed also shrinks by 13,000 in April.
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