Tennessee's unemployment rate jumped a full percentage point from December to January. It now stands at 8.6 percent, up from 5.3 percent a year ago.
December-to-January job gains occurred in professional, scientific, and technical services, which increased by 2,900; repair and maintenance added 200 jobs. Declines included trade, transportation and utilities, down 21,800; administrative, support and waste services were down 14,700, and leisure and hospitality lost 9,600 jobs.
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