BOSTON (CBS) — Massachusetts is now on par with the rest of the country when it comes to unemployment. The jobless rate in the Bay State fell to 6.7%, according to new numbers released Friday; the same as the national average.

It’s a drop of 0.7 percentage points in the state from October, and down from a high of 17.7% in June.

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New Hampshire had an unemployment rate of 3.8% in November. Vermont was tied with Nebraska for lowest in the country at 3.1%.

It’s estimated that Massachusetts added 12,200 jobs in November. But the coronavirus pandemic has still hit the local economy hard, with an estimated 337,900 jobs lost since November 2019.

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The data shows 241,100 were unemployed in Massachusetts this November.

The state rolled back its reopening to Phase 3, Step 1 on Sunday as cases have surged, leading to new restrictions on businesses.

Learn more about applying for unemployment benefits in Massachusetts here.

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