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   Cities and Towns in:  
Essex County  
   Time Frame:  May 2018 
   Not Seasonally Adjusted Data 

 Area Labor Force Employed Unemployed Area Rate
 Essex County 430,718   415,865   14,853   3.4  

 City or Town  Labor Force Employed Unemployed Rate
 Amesbury 10,836   10,525   311   2.9  
 Andover 18,834   18,307   527   2.8  
 Beverly 23,863   23,088   775   3.2  
 Boxford 4,593   4,464   129   2.8  
 Danvers 16,173   15,673   500   3.1  
 Essex 2,270   2,218   52   2.3  
 Georgetown 4,953   4,825   128   2.6  
 Gloucester 16,175   15,546   629   3.9  
 Groveland 4,208   4,109   99   2.4  
 Hamilton 4,466   4,366   100   2.2  
 Haverhill 36,136   34,952   1,184   3.3  
 Ipswich 8,087   7,889   198   2.4  
 Lawrence 37,342   34,870   2,472   6.6  
 Lynn 48,800   47,109   1,691   3.5  
 Lynnfield 7,428   7,228   200   2.7  
 Manchester-by-the-Sea  2,854   2,771   83   2.9  
 Marblehead 11,491   11,148   343   3.0  
 Merrimac 4,212   4,103   109   2.6  
 Methuen 27,952   26,935   1,017   3.6  
 Middleton 4,615   4,473   142   3.1  
 Nahant 2,072   2,020   52   2.5  
 Newbury 3,821   3,728   93   2.4  
 Newburyport 10,429   10,145   284   2.7  
 North Andover 16,892   16,350   542   3.2  
 Peabody 29,805   28,911   894   3.0  
 Rockport 3,706   3,583   123   3.3  
 Rowley 3,571   3,471   100   2.8  
 Salem 24,803   23,921   882   3.6  
 Salisbury 5,955   5,767   188   3.2  
 Saugus 16,503   15,995   508   3.1  
 Swampscott 8,891   8,630   261   2.9  
 Topsfield 3,606   3,521   85   2.4  
 Wenham 2,802   2,719   83   3.0  
 West Newbury 2,574   2,505   69   2.7  
The labor force estimates for towns with 2010 Census population of less than 1,000 were produced using the BLS methodology, but are not official BLS estimates.
Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance
Department Economic Research
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