The 4.9 percent unemployment rate for June is up slightly from May, but that typically happens as schools take a summer break and some look for summer work. It’s the third straight month that Whatcom County’s unemployment rate was under 5 percent.
The 4.9 percent unemployment rate for June is up slightly from May, but that typically happens as schools take a summer break and some look for summer work. It’s the third straight month that Whatcom County’s unemployment rate was under 5 percent. Mike Groll AP
The 4.9 percent unemployment rate for June is up slightly from May, but that typically happens as schools take a summer break and some look for summer work. It’s the third straight month that Whatcom County’s unemployment rate was under 5 percent. Mike Groll AP

Construction continues to lead Whatcom job growth

July 25, 2017 04:13 PM