California Unemployment Rate By County in February, 2004
Updated on April 6, 2023.

The seasonally adjusted Unemployment Rate of California in February, 2004 was 6.5%, according to recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The 3 counties with the highest unemployment rate (not seasonally adjusted) in February, 2004 were:

  1. Colusa: 20.6%
  2. Plumas: 15%
  3. Imperial: 14.4%

On the other hand, the 3 counties with the lowest unemployment rate (not seasonally adjusted) in February, 2004 were:

  1. Orange: 4.5%
  2. Mono: 4.5%
  3. San Luis Obispo: 4.6%

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore this data for each California county for February, 2004. You can also see links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months, and also the historical unemployment rate for each of California's counties.

See also: Historical California Unemployment Rate.

California Unemployment Rate By County in February, 2004 (%)
California Unemployment Rate By County in February, 2004
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County Unemployment Rate (%)
Alameda 6.4
Alpine 6.4
Amador 6.4
Butte 8.3
Calaveras 7.8
Colusa 20.6
Contra Costa 5.8
Del Norte 8.9
El Dorado 6
Fresno 12.6
Glenn 11.8
Humboldt 7.3
Imperial 14.4
Inyo 6.1
Kern 11.5
Kings 13.2
Lake 10.5
Lassen 9.6
Los Angeles 6.7
Madera 10.7
Marin 4.7
Mariposa 9.1
Mendocino 7.6
Merced 14
Modoc 11.5
Mono 4.5
Monterey 12.6
Napa 5.2
Nevada 6
Orange 4.5
Placer 5.1
Plumas 15
Riverside 6.2
Sacramento 6
San Benito 12.6
San Bernardino 6
San Diego 4.9
San Francisco 6.1
San Joaquin 10.1
San Luis Obispo 4.6
San Mateo 5.3
Santa Barbara 5.3
Santa Clara 7.2
Santa Cruz 9.3
Shasta 9
Sierra 13.4
Siskiyou 11.9
Solano 6.3
Sonoma 5.5
Stanislaus 10.8
Sutter 13.1
Tehama 8.4
Trinity 13.9
Tulare 13.7
Tuolumne 7.7
Ventura 5.5
Yolo 7.4
Yuba 11.7

California Unemployment Rate For Other Months and Years

Use the following links to see California's unemployment rate for other months and years. Or see links for all the available months and years here.
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