CASPER, Wyoming — Wyoming's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 4.1 percent in June.
The rate is slightly lower than 4.4 percent recorded in June 2014.
It's also lower than the June federal unemployment rate which fell slightly to 5.3 percent.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reports from May to June, unemployment rates rose slightly in 15 counties, fell in five counties and were unchanged in three counties.
Niobrara County reported the lowest unemployment rate in June at 2.6 percent, followed by Teton at 2.7 percent, Crook at 3.1 percent and Weston at 3.2 percent.
The highest unemployment rates were found in Fremont at 5.1 percent, Uinta at 4.8 percent, and Natrona and Sweetwater counties at 4.7 percent.