West Virginia\u2019s not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased six-tenths of a percentage point to 5.5 percent in July 2016. Unemployment rates fell in 54 counties and increased in one county. Counties with an unemployment rate above ten percent included Mingo (11.7) and McDowell (12.5). Counties with an unemployment rate below 4 percent included Morgan (3.8), Hampshire (3.8), Berkeley (3.5), Pendleton (3.4), and Jefferson (3.1). The state\u2019s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 5.7 percent.\r\nGreenbrier County\u2019s unemployment rate in July was 4.6 percent.