The drop in unemployment in Idaho in 2012 is good news for workers, but it also will start saving money for employers. Businesses will pay $50 million less into the state’s unemployment insurance in 2013, since the state is now paying less in jobless benefits to out-of-work residents.
The state’s unemployment rate dropped from 8.1 percent ...
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