Lancaster County‘s unemployment rate fell again in November, dipping to 5.9 percent from October’s 6.1 percent, the state reported Friday.
In declining for the third straight month, the local jobless rate sank to its lowest point since December 2008, when it was 5.6 percent.
The new rate means the county continues to slowly make progress toward its pre-recession level of unemployment.
“It’s taking a lot of time to settle down,” said Bill Sholly, an analyst with the state Department of Labor & Industry.
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