In the above report from BBC Scotland, the data for our headline is there in the third line:
Scotland’s unemployment rate has dropped slightly, according to the latest official figures covering April until June.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said 4.3% of people over 16 in Scotland were out of work, down 0.1% on the previous quarter.
The figure is less than the rate across the whole of UK, which was 4.7%.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-58241453
These look like small numbers but they represent millions. 4.7% is 9.3% higher than 4.3%.
There are 117 000 unemployed in Scotland. If they lived in England, under Tory rule, another 10 000 or so would be out of work.
When the first SNP Government was sworn in on 17th May 2007, unemployment under Labour had begun a surge to nearly 9%. From then on, the SNP Government pushed it steadily down to where we are today.