Wisconsin’s unemployment rate dipped to pre-pandemic levels in October.

The unemployment rate in the state was 3.2% in October, according to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. In March 2020, when the state’s safer-at-home order first went into effect, the unemployment rate was also at 3.2% before skyrocketing to nearly 15% as businesses deemed to be “nonessential” were forced to close.

As business began reopening in the following months, the unemployment rate slowly dropped and for most of this year, sat just under 4%.

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