HARRISBURG (AP) – Pennsylvania’s unemployment dropped in June after hitting a pandemic peak in April, but it was above the national rate even as payrolls rebounded by more 230,000. The state Department of Labor and Industry reported that PA‘s unemployment rate was 13% in June, down four-tenths of a percentage point from May’s adjusted rate. The state’s rate went over 16% in April, the highest rate in over four decades of record-keeping. A survey of employers showed seasonally adjusted non-farm payrolls grew by more than 230,000 in June to surpass 5.4 million.