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   Cities and Towns in:  
Middlesex County  
   Time Frame:  July 2018 
   Not Seasonally Adjusted Data 

 Area Labor Force Employed Unemployed Area Rate
 Middlesex County 941,910   910,601   31,309   3.3  

 City or Town  Labor Force Employed Unemployed Rate
 Acton 13,438   13,048   390   2.9  
 Arlington 28,233   27,526   707   2.5  
 Ashby 2,045   1,955   90   4.4  
 Ashland 11,175   10,830   345   3.1  
 Ayer 4,508   4,333   175   3.9  
 Bedford 7,787   7,539   248   3.2  
 Belmont 14,747   14,348   399   2.7  
 Billerica 25,397   24,433   964   3.8  
 Boxborough 3,528   3,413   115   3.3  
 Burlington 15,762   15,253   509   3.2  
 Cambridge 70,239   68,295   1,944   2.8  
 Carlisle 2,741   2,646   95   3.5  
 Chelmsford 20,453   19,734   719   3.5  
 Concord 9,205   8,901   304   3.3  
 Dracut 19,125   18,373   752   3.9  
 Dunstable 1,993   1,920   73   3.7  
 Everett 27,922   26,904   1,018   3.6  
 Framingham 42,035   40,639   1,396   3.3  
 Groton 6,531   6,308   223   3.4  
 Holliston 7,885   7,593   292   3.7  
 Hopkinton 8,849   8,550   299   3.4  
 Hudson 11,131   10,700   431   3.9  
 Lexington 17,312   16,771   541   3.1  
 Lincoln 3,124   3,028   96   3.1  
 Littleton 5,935   5,746   189   3.2  
 Lowell 59,130   56,448   2,682   4.5  
 Malden 35,884   34,538   1,346   3.8  
 Marlborough 24,475   23,686   789   3.2  
 Maynard 6,766   6,527   239   3.5  
 Medford 35,934   34,727   1,207   3.4  
 Melrose 17,326   16,757   569   3.3  
 Natick 21,436   20,760   676   3.2  
 Newton 50,646   49,027   1,619   3.2  
 North Reading 9,261   8,966   295   3.2  
 Pepperell 7,412   7,131   281   3.8  
 Reading 15,201   14,753   448   2.9  
 Sherborn 2,393   2,329   64   2.7  
 Shirley 3,113   2,986   127   4.1  
 Somerville 55,359   53,881   1,478   2.7  
 Stoneham 13,583   13,107   476   3.5  
 Stow 4,088   3,974   114   2.8  
 Sudbury 9,700   9,386   314   3.2  
 Tewksbury 18,414   17,714   700   3.8  
 Townsend 5,930   5,690   240   4.0  
 Tyngsborough 7,472   7,194   278   3.7  
 Wakefield 16,723   16,168   555   3.3  
 Waltham 40,023   38,703   1,320   3.3  
 Watertown 23,593   22,953   640   2.7  
 Wayland 7,573   7,328   245   3.2  
 Westford 13,533   13,047   486   3.6  
 Weston 5,827   5,638   189   3.2  
 Wilmington 13,859   13,399   460   3.3  
 Winchester 11,811   11,462   349   3.0  
 Woburn 24,345   23,536   809   3.3  
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.
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