There has been another slight fall in the number of people out of work and claiming benefit in Devon.
There were 8,269 claimants in July - 23 fewer than for the previous month, according to the Office of National Statistics.
It accounts for 1.8% of the county's population - lower than the national average of 3.6%.
It is the fifth consecutive month there has been a fall and the year-on-year number is down by more than 10%
Nationally, the claimant count fell by 3,800 in July to 1.46 million.