LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska’s unemployment rate in March dropped to 2.9%, tying the state for the lowest rate in the country.
The Nebraska Department of Labor reported Friday that the rate was down from 3.1% in February and marked a 0.2% decline from March 2020.
“Nebraska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has reached pre-pandemic levels,” Commissioner of Labor John H. Albin said in a news release.
Nebraska’s rate was tied with South Dakota, Utah, and Vermont for lowest in the nation. The national rate for March was 6%.