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Selection Criteria 
   Cities and Towns in:  
Worcester MA-CT Metropolitan NECTA  
   Time Frame:  June 2018 
   Not Seasonally Adjusted Data 

 Area Labor Force Employed Unemployed Area Rate
 Worcester MA-CT Metropolitan NECTA 367,569   352,323   15,246   4.1  

 City or Town  Labor Force Employed Unemployed Rate
 Auburn 9,816   9,444   372   3.8  
 Barre 3,042   2,931   111   3.6  
 Boylston 2,848   2,749   99   3.5  
 Brimfield 2,332   2,262   70   3.0  
 Brookfield 1,946   1,873   73   3.8  
 Charlton 8,246   7,964   282   3.4  
 Clinton 8,565   8,217   348   4.1  
 Douglas 5,425   5,226   199   3.7  
 Dudley 6,764   6,465   299   4.4  
 East Brookfield 1,268   1,212   56   4.4  
 Grafton 10,641   10,270   371   3.5  
 Holden 10,919   10,569   350   3.2  
 Holland 1,676   1,619   57   3.4  
 Hubbardston 2,709   2,613   96   3.5  
 Lancaster 4,233   4,063   170   4.0  
 Leicester 7,040   6,734   306   4.3  
 Millbury 8,421   8,108   313   3.7  
 New Braintree 562   542   20   3.6  
 North Brookfield 2,781   2,686   95   3.4  
 Northborough 8,378   8,082   296   3.5  
 Northbridge 9,530   9,163   367   3.9  
 Oakham 1,140   1,098   42   3.7  
 Oxford 8,717   8,401   316   3.6  
 Paxton 2,811   2,706   105   3.7  
 Princeton 2,038   1,970   68   3.3  
 Rutland 4,863   4,691   172   3.5  
 Shrewsbury 21,079   20,357   722   3.4  
 Southbridge 8,423   7,974   449   5.3  
 Spencer 6,352   6,073   279   4.4  
 Sterling 4,580   4,415   165   3.6  
 Sturbridge 5,371   5,168   203   3.8  
 Sutton 5,625   5,434   191   3.4  
 Upton 4,455   4,306   149   3.3  
 Uxbridge 8,395   8,092   303   3.6  
 Warren 2,556   2,430   126   4.9  
 Webster 9,011   8,623   388   4.3  
 West Boylston 3,262   3,116   146   4.5  
 West Brookfield 2,154   2,090   64   3.0  
 Westborough 11,009   10,635   374   3.4  
 Worcester 96,610   91,899   4,711   4.9  
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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