Pinal jobless numbers reflect population growth Pinal County’s unemployment rate is a full point lower than it was in January.
Though Pinal County’s jobless figures ticked up two-tenths of a point to 6 percent in April, the county gained nearly 800 workers in the available labor force, according to a report released this week.
Many of those entering the work force are finding jobs. About 520 more people were working in Pinal County in April compared to March. Since January, the county has seen more than 2,000 people land jobs.