Cheyenne, WY – Gains in construction and government jobs caused Wyoming's unemployment rate to edge downward in March. The state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from three-point-five percent in February to three-point-four percent last month. Wyoming saw a net increase of 800 jobs, with government adding the most followed by construction. That offset the 200 jobs lost in the manufacturing, natural resources and mining industries. Albany county posted the lowest jobless rate for March at two percent. Fremont county recorded the highest rate at six-point-five percent.