Idaho’s home for job seekers and employers.
Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 2.8% in February – down from January’s rate of 3%.
The number of Idahoans employed or looking for work grew by 2,936 people (0.3%) to 927,314 – a larger over-the-month increase than any month during 2021.
Idaho State University’s Institute for Rural Health (IRH) received more than $1.4 million in to expand public health across Idaho. The funding award comes from AmeriCorps, the federal agency for volunteering and national service, which is part of Public Health AmeriCorps.
When Idaho Job Corps welcomed its first group of students in October 2019 at its first location in Nampa, it was a three-year national demonstration project, piloting a new approach to serving youth. Idaho Job Corps is now readily accessible to Idaho’s youth in four locations across the state.
Twin Falls Local Office
8 a.m.-5 p.m. March 23
Centennial Job Corps Campus, Nampa
2 p.m. March 18
An Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider
Brad Little, Governor
Jani Revier, Director