Another slight decline in Wyoming’s unemployment rate has been reported during June by the state’s Department of Workforce Services, but the jobless rate in Teton County took a more precipitous tumble with the onset of the summer tourist season. According to the monthly report, the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 6.0% in May to 5.9% in June – continuing its steady decline since December 2009 when it topped out at 7.7%. At the same time, employment in Teton County plummeted from 9.2% in May to 5.2% in June. Sublette County continued to lead the state in jobs held with only 3.3% of the labor force unemployed. Lincoln County found itself on the other end of the scale at 7.3% of its workers idled.