TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) — Florida added 32,700 jobs in the month of July, though its unemployment rate remains unchanged at 4.1 percent.READ MORE: Report: 25 AR-15 Rifles Missing From Miami Police Department's Inventory
That’s below the national rate of 4.3 percent. The state released figures Friday that shows there were 411,000 unemployed Floridians out of a workforce of 10.1 million.READ MORE: Kid Reporter Damon Weaver, Who Interviewed Obama At White House, Has Died At 23
Florida’s unemployment rate remained the lowest it’s been since July 2007.
Monroe County had the lowest unemployment rate at 2.8 percent, followed by St. Johns County at 3.3 percent and Okaloosa and Walton counties at 3.4 percent.MORE NEWS: Amber Alert Issued for 9-Year-Old Aniya Arcia
Hendry County had the state’s highest unemployment rate at 10.9 percent, followed by Hardee County at 7.5 percent and Glades County at 6.5 percent.