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rises, remains among best
Shelby County’s unemployment took bit of a bigger bounce up in June, growing by .4 of a percent to 7.5 percent, part of a statewide climb, the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet reported.
Shelby County moved up for the second consecutive month and was back above 2012. The rating for May was 7.1 percent, and in June 2012 it was 6.9.
But that rate remained tied for the 10th best in the state, because 88 counties saw increases.
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