The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for the Gem state has stayed steady at 3% for January. According to the Idaho Department of Labor, it is the fifth consecutive month at that rate. Nonfarm jobs went up by 500 in January to 728,600.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – For the sixth time this year, Idaho was No. 1 in the country for over-the-year job growth, according to the Idaho Department of Labor, with the construction sector growing fastest at 9.2 percent.