29.4% unemployed in Bellevue in 2017


29.4 percent of Bellevue residents between 16 and 65 years old were unemployed in 2017, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The percentage of unemployed residents was less than the statewide total of 30.1 percent for this demographic group. In 2017 the total Bellevue population reached 41,325.

Out of 29,196 people who had a job, 768 were employed in the Armed Forces and 28,428 belonged to the civilian labor force.

The total unemployment numbers include residents of all ages who are not working.

Employment status in Bellevue for 2017
Employment status
Number of people
Percentage of population
Not employed
12,129
29.4
Employed
29,196
70.6
Employed in civilian labor force
28,428
68.8
Employed in armed forces
768
1.9

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