It is higher than it used to be but Cache County does have a lower unemployment rate than any other county in Utah. The latest
<a href=”http://jobs.utah.gov/wi/pubs/une/season.pdf”>seasonally adjustment unemployment report</a>
showed Cache County with a 5.2 percent unemployment rate.The county with the highest rate was San Juan County with 12.5 percent followed by Garfield County with 12 percent, Grand County at 11.3 and Wayne County at 11.1 percent.Uintah County currently has the second lowest unemployment rate at 5.5 percent, followed by Millard County with 5.6 percent, Duchesne County 5.8 percent, and both Morgan and Rich counties with 5.9 percent.Juan Lucero, development specialist for the Utah Department of Workforce Services, says the department opened an outreach center in Rich County this week which will hopefully help that county’s situation. The center will be open each Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the Center is located in the Garden City office building.