HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate fell for a seventh straight month in November, dipping below the national rate, as payrolls continued to rebound from pandemic-driven shutdowns. That’s according to state figures released Friday. Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate was 6.6% in November, down eight-tenths of a percentage point. The national rate was 6.7% in November. In a survey of households, the state’s labor force shrank by an estimated 40,000 in November, closer to 6.3 million. Payrolls in Pennsylvania grew in November, by a projected 21,000. Pennsylvania has now regained about 57% of the 1.1 million jobs lost since mid-March, according to state figures.