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Toledo, other local jobless rates decline

Joblessness declined across northwest Ohio in September, according to a report Tuesday from the state Department of Job and Family Services.

The unemployment rate dropped in most counties in the region. Lucas County fell to 11.3 percent last month from 12.4 percent in August. However, the rate remains well above the 7.8 percent rate a year ago.

In the immediate Toledo area, monthly unemployment in the city of Toledo was 12.1 percent, down from 13.2 percent in August and 8.4 percent in September, 2008; in Wood County, the rate was 10 percent, down from 11 percent in August but up from 6.9 percent a year earlier.

Unemployment declined statewide to 10.1 percent in September from 10.8 percent in August, but rose nationally to 9.8 percent from 9.7 percent.


The Ohio county-by-county (and city-by-city) unemployment figures for September, from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The fitures are percentages.

COUNTY RATES

Adams 13.8

Allen 10.2

Ashland 11.4

Ashtabula 12.6

Athens 8.6

Auglaize 10.1

Belmont 9.2

Brown 11.9

Butler 9.1

Carroll 13.2

Champaign 11.4

Clark 9.9

Clermont 9.4

Clinton 13.9

Columbiana 12.5

Coshocton 12.3

Crawford 13.2

Cuyahoga 8.5

Darke 9.9

Defiance 11.7

Delaware 6.7

Erie 9.5

Fairfield 8.2

Fayette 11.7

Franklin 8.2

Fulton 12.1

Gallia 9.5

Geauga 6.5

Greene 9.4

Guernsey 10.8

Hamilton 8.9

Hancock 9.1

Hardin 11.2

Harrison 10.6

Henry 10.9

Highland 15.3

Hocking 10.4

Holmes 6.3

Huron 12.8

Jackson 10.5

Jefferson 12.7

Knox 8.7

Lake 7.9

Lawrence 8.4

Licking 8.9

Logan 11.2

Lorain 9.1

Lucas 11.3

Madison 8.5

Mahoning 11.8

Marion 10.2

Medina 7.5

Meigs 15.2

Mercer 7.8

Miami 11.0

Monroe 11.5

Montgomery 11.0

Morgan 14.6

Morrow 10.0

Muskingum 11.9

Noble 14.0

Ottawa 10.7

Paulding 11.5

Perry 12.8

Pickaway 10.3

Pike 14.7

Portage 9.2

Preble 11.1

Putnam 9.0

Richland 11.8

Ross 11.5

Sandusky 10.8

Scioto 12.1

Seneca 12.0

Shelby 11.9

Stark 11.0

Summit 9.6

Trumbull 13.5

Tuscarawas 10.2

Union 8.0

Van Wert 13.2

Vinton 11.3

Warren 8.5

Washington 9.4

Wayne 8.9

Williams 14.1

Wood 10.0

Wyandot 11.2

CITY RATES

Hamilton 10.8

Springfield 10.3

Cleveland 10.3

Cleveland Hts. 6.2

Euclid 9.3

Lakewood 7.3

Parma 8.6

Columbus 8.3

Cincinnati 9.3

Mentor 7.2

Elyria 9.5

Lorain 11.1

Toledo 12.1

Youngstown 13.3

Dayton 12.0

Kettering 9.8

Mansfield 11.8

Canton 12.3

Akron 10.1

Cuyahoga Falls 8.9

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