October was another chilly month when it came employment across Western New York. While New York state overall tacked on just over 98,000 jobs, an increase of 1.2 percent, labor statistics show losses in the two leading metropolitan areas of Buffalo and Rochester. Each suffered a decline of 0.7 percent. In raw numbers, Buffalo fell by 3,400 private jobs while Rochester was down 3,200, according to the state labor department. The only other metropolitan area to suffer a loss was Elmira.