Labor force

In 2000, Harrison's labor force participation rate (the percentage of working-age residents employed, looking for a job or in the armed forces) returned to 56 percent, while Minneapolis had a small increase to 72 percent.

In 2000, Harrison had a higher unemployment rate than Minneapolis. Harrison's unemployment rate was 14.2 percent, compared to Minneapolis' at 5.8 percent.

Last updated Sep. 27, 2011