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November sees job loss in Modoc, Siskiyou countiesUnemployment numbers rise
The number of unemployed people rose in both Siskiyou and Modoc counties in November, based on figures from the California Employment Department. As often happens during winter because of the elimination of farm jobs, the unemployment rate hiked from 9.5 percent in October to 10.3 percent in Modoc County and from 10.3 to 11.8 percent in Siskiyou County.The number of farm jobs dropped from 450 to 350, a 22 percent decline, in Modoc County, and from 1,120 to 760, a 32 percent decline, in Siskiyou County. Overall, the number of people employed in Siskiyou County declined from 16,870 in October to 16,210 in November and fell from 3,510 to 3,360 in the same period in Modoc County.
Modoc County also saw job losses in goods producing, service providing, leisure and hospitality, federal government and state government. No sectors saw increased employment. Siskiyou County also had job losses in goods producing, mining and logging, construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, federal government and state government.On a statewide basis, Modoc County had the 37th highest unemployment level, while Siskiyou County was the 47th highest. Once again, Imperial County had the highest rate of the state’s 58 counties at 23.8 percent.
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