December 2019 unemployment

Williamson County had an unemployment rate of 2.2% in December 2019.

Williamson County had the lowest unemployment rate in Tennessee during December.

The county’s unemployment rate of 2.2% was the same as the month before and 0.1 percentage points higher than the previous December.

The cities of Brentwood and Franklin had unemployment rates of 2.1%, and Spring Hill had an unemployment rate of 2.3%.

Those numbers are significantly lower than the unemployment rates for the country and the state. The U.S. had a 3.5% unemployment rate in December and Tennessee had a 3.3% unemployment rate.

At 6.2%, Lincoln and Clay counties had the highest unemployment rates in the state during December.

The majority of counties reported unemployment rates below 5%, however the unemployment rate increased in 55 of Tennessee’s 95 counties.

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