Every county in northwest Ohio reported higher unemployment rates for the month of June. While the state unemployment rate remained steady at 3.9%, the Buckeye State lost 11,300 jobs from May to June according to Ohio Job and Family Services. Defiance County had the biggest jump in jobless numbers around the four-county area, rising from a rate of 3.1% to 4.2% in June. Henry County’s unemployment climbed from 3.3 to 4.1%. Fulton County was up at 3.8%, after reporting 3.3% in May. Williams County’s rate climbed nearly a full percent, from 2.8 to 3.7%. And Paulding County’s jobless rate jumped from 2.7 to 4% in the June report. Putnam County was again lowest in the regional with unemployment at 3%. Around the Buckeye State, the lowest jobless rate was Mercer County at 2.9%; while Cuyahoga County topped the state in unemployment at 6.4%.