Tippecanoe County’s unemployment rate for April is almost one-percent better than the previous month.
It dropped from 7.2-percent in March to 6.4 last month.
The city of Lafayette improved to 7.3-percent in April.
West Lafayette’s rate fell six-tenths to 4.2.
That falls in line with what’s happening throughout the state.
Indiana’s unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in three years at 7.9-percent.