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The unemployment rate dipped in the Quad-Cities in January as the region saw both a decrease in the number of people unemployed as well as a s…

The Quad-City unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent in November as the area continued to see a decline in non-farm jobs and as both the number…

The unemployment rate for the Davenport-Moline-Rock Island metropolitan statistical area climbed slightly in August as compared to a year ago …

The Quad-Cities unemployment rate rose slightly in June as the region continued to see job losses in manufacturing, which is having an impact …

The ongoing decline in jobs in the¬†Quad-City manufacturing sector is having a ripple effect on the region's unemployment picture, a labor anal…

Unemployment held steady in the Quad-Cities in December despite continued weakness in the professional business services sector and a loss of …

The Quad-City unemployment rate held steady in November as the region lost 3,200 non-farm jobs but the labor force shrunk.

The Quad-Cities' unemployment rate held steady in August as the region saw a decline of 4,200 non-farm jobs from a year ago.

In a couple of weeks, the Federal Reserve will meet to talk about whether to raise interest rates.

  • Janet Hill jhill@qctimes.com

The Quad-Cities saw the largest loss of jobs in Illinois, even as the local unemployment rate dropped yet again.