For the month of September, the unemployment rates in the four county region 5 of Sacramento and has been 4% across the state both of which are a record for low figures, as per the Employment Development Department of California.
The rate for unemployment was particularly low across Sacramento-Roseville-Arden Arcade four counties metropolitan statistical area.
The rates of unemployment were 3.1% in the Yolo and Sacramento counties,2.6 in the Placer County and 2.8% in El Dorado County as per the numbers which had been released on Friday.
The total unemployment rate of 3% for statistical area in the month of September is lower than the rates in California at 3.5 % and the overall rates in United States at 3.3 % in the same period and this represents the improvement in the capital region with an unemployment rate of 3.7 percent in the month of August of 2019.
All of the figures have not been adjusted for seasonality. The EDD accounts for the seasonal changes in a few industries while calculating the final monthly rates of unemployment statewide.
The seasonally adjust rate statewide of 4 %, which had broken the record of 4.1% which had been set in the year 2018 and tied in the month of August in 2019, is based on the survey conducted federally of 5100 households in California.
The total employment in the region of four-county in Sacramento had grown to 1,029,500 jobs in the month of September which was an increase of 100 jobs from the month previously and a jobs increase of 18,700 which is 1.9% since the month of September last year.
Most of the growth had come from the field of health care and also social services.