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Recent numbers show Hardin County’s unemployment is the lowest in more than two years.
The May rate was listed as 8 percent, the lowest since December 2008’s rate of 7.2 percent. That rate is lower than the state and national unemployment numbers for May.
Deputy Judge-Executive Jim Roberts said the rate stayed near 9 and 10 percent for about two years and began dropping steadily this year.
The county’s January rate was 10.2 percent.
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