The state's jobless rate didn't drop in February, but it didn't go up either.
The Arkansas Department of Workforce Services (DWS) says the rate remains at 7.6-percent.
Labor force data, produced by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics shows Arkansas' civilian labor force increased 3,000, a result of 3,400 more employed and 400 fewer unemployed Arkansans.
At 8.3 percent, the United States' jobless rate also remained stable in February.
DWS Communications Director Kimberly Friedman said, "Employment in Arkansas increased 3,400 this month, marking the seventh consecutive month of employment growth. There are now 21,000 more employed Arkansans than in February 2011."