The state continues to set new practice records.
Louisiana Workforce Commission Executive Director Curt Eysink says sum nonfarm practice in Louisiana reached 1,988,900 in October, that is a new record high.
“We have some-more jobs than ever before, some-more people operative than ever before, and a series of people accessible to work is bigger than it’s ever been in Louisiana,” Eysink said.
Eysink says a series of private practice jobs has grown by 31,000 over a final year.
The state’s stagnation rate is also going up, along with a series of people who are employed. The stagnation rate for Oct was six-point-two percent, adult four-percentage points from final year. Eysink says it’s an indicator people are responding to a state’s clever pursuit growth.
“To people who are now thinking, good maybe I’ll get behind into a workforce there are jobs there. And we consider we are saying people maybe relocating into Louisiana for a jobs that we have,” Eysink said.