JUST IN: Unemployment falls as the tourist season kicks up

SANDUSKY
CWelch
May 25, 2010

 

SANDUSKY

Unemployment fell in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties in April, with more people apparently going back to work as the tourist season kicks in. In Erie County, unemployment went from 12.8 percent in March to 11.3 percent in April.

Unemployment remains high in Ohio. It was 10.9 percent in April, down only slightly from 11.0 percent in March.

Read more in Wednesday's Register.

 

Comments

Louie

This is find for tourist season but what happens when winter returns.These people will be unemployed  again Its not that big of a drop in unemployment. You can bet Cedar Point will get the credit for this even know there a joke.

Santownresident

and in September.....UNEMPLOYMENT RISES AS TOURIST SEASON COMES TO A CLOSE.

swiss family

 at this point we should be happy with any reduction!  maybe in the fall when Cedar Point closes there might be other employment opportunities in the area, and some of the local seasonal workers will be able to find another job.