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Arkansas’ jobless rate stays at 3.8%, almost 49,000 jobs added to economy

Arkansas’ jobless rate remained unchanged in June from last month, however the state’s civilian pool remained declined slightly as employers added fewer worker to payrolls before the back-to-school employment surge begins in early August.

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