An employment site published on Tuesday, July 14, 2017, in Arizona, claims the unemployment rate in Arizona is higher in comparison to New York.
The article, which is based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, claims that Arizona has a labor force that is 40 percent larger than New Jersey.
The report states that Arizona’s labor force, according the Bureau’s data, is about 15 percent larger, according as 5,000,000 individuals were employed in Arizona in 2016, versus 4,600,000 in New Jersey, according.
According to the report, Arizona’s economy is expected to expand by about 2.7 million jobs in 2019.
According the data, the average annual growth rate for Arizona’s workforce is about 0.2 percent.
The unemployment rate for the state in 2016 was 7.6 percent, according data from state employment site, the Arizona Republic.
The employment site also says that Arizona will lose an estimated 2,600 jobs to New Jersey by 2019.
The Arizona Republic reported on July 14 that the state’s unemployment rates are higher than that of New York, which had a labor market that was approximately 6.4 percent larger.
New York had a workforce of about 11.7 percent larger as of August 1, 2016.