The state’s unemployment rate ticked down one-tenth to 4.4% in April, according to new data from New Hampshire Employment Security.
Construction, retail and hospitality sectors all posted gains, but the state shed about 900 jobs in local government.
The total number of employed residents was up 2,200 to 714,640, while the labor force increased by 1,040 to 747,380.
The overall rate is down nearly a full point from last April. Nationally, unemployment stands at 6.3%.