Special Report

25 Cities That Lost the Most Jobs in 2018

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25. Duluth, MN-WI
> 2018 employment change: -1,744 (-1.2%)
> Jan. 2018 employment: 140,443
> Oct. 2018 employment: 138,699
> Unemployment, Oct. 2018: 3.7%
> Weakest sector: Education and health services (-0.3% employment chg.)

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24. Eugene, OR
> 2018 employment change: -2,246 (-1.3%)
> Jan. 2018 employment: 177,750
> Oct. 2018 employment: 175,504
> Unemployment, Oct. 2018: 4.5%
> Weakest sector: Information (-7.4% employment chg.)

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23. Cheyenne, WY
> 2018 employment change: -590 (-1.3%)
> Jan. 2018 employment: 45,748
> Oct. 2018 employment: 45,158
> Unemployment, Oct. 2018: 3.8%
> Weakest sector: Information (-9.1% employment chg.)

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22. Grand Forks, ND-MN
> 2018 employment change: -705 (-1.3%)
> Jan. 2018 employment: 54,532
> Oct. 2018 employment: 53,827
> Unemployment, Oct. 2018: 2.8%
> Weakest sector: Government (-2.1% employment chg.)

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21. Vineland-Bridgeton, NJ
> 2018 employment change: -809 (-1.3%)
> Jan. 2018 employment: 62,103
> Oct. 2018 employment: 61,294
> Unemployment, Oct. 2018: 6.1%
> Weakest sector: Trade, transportation, and utilities (-3.0% employment chg.)