Friday, August 17, 2012

Close to 90% of states saw their unemployment rates rise in July 2012

The Labor Department has reported that 44 states in all saw their jobless rate go up, with four states seeing no change at all. Only Idaho and Rhode Island — along with Washington, D.C. — saw their rates drop in July 2012. Nevada, which continues to have the highest unemployment rate in the country, saw its rate jump back to 12%, up from June 2012’s 11.6%. New Hampshire (now 5.4%), Pennsylvania (7.9%) and Wisconsin (7.3%) each saw rises of 0.3 percentage points.


Anonymous said...

D.C. sees it's rate go down because the gubmint keeps hiring all the blacks it can, eve been to a government office, ANY gubmint! State, county or Federal! one would think that you had just treveled to the Congo!

Anonymous said...

DC is also being economically cleansed of blacks.