The Greensboro-High Point region's labor force numbers are stagnant.
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All three of North Carolina's top metro areas among the top contenders for Amazon's highly publicized second headquarters, according to the cable channel.
The Charlotte metro showed the best improvement in North Carolina.
The Greensboro-High Point metro includes Rockingham, Randolph and Guilford counties.
The unemployment rate for Guilford County dropped to 7 percent compared with 9.1 percent in June 2013.
The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey said that 15 percent of companies interviewed plan to hire more employees from April through June, while 2 percent expect to reduce staff.
Economists say the decline is mostly from people giving up their hunt for a job.
Construction employment grew by 2 percent in October compared with October, 2012. Employment dropped statewide.
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For economic development, a national report doesn't rank the area last — but close.
It's the first time the regional rate has been below 9 percent since 2008.