Post Tagged with: "Lincoln County"

Lincoln County is larger than Davidson (Metro Nashville), but it has just 33,000 people. And considering it's unemployment rate is hovering around five percent, that means fewer than 900 people are considered jobless. Credit: Stephen Jerkins / WPLN

Why Does This Rural Tennessee County Have Such Low Unemployment? Luck?

by / on April 10, 2014

Just two counties in Tennessee have had unemployment dip below five percent in recent months: Williamson, which you might expect, and Lincoln. Why Lincoln?

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Unemployment Drops in Most Counties, Holds Steady in Davidson

by / on September 28, 2012

Overall, the state’s Department of Workforce Development says unemployment dropped in 90 counties.

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County Unemployment Figures Show Mixed Results

by / on January 26, 2012

December unemployment rates dropped in more than half of Tennessee’s counties. Still, jobless figures remain in the double-digits in 40 counties.

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