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Unemployment State by State
Stateline.org  has an indepth story of unemployment state by state with a nifty click on to see state by state stats. One excerpt from the story:

"In March, the unemployment rate moved to 8.5 percent nationally, compared to 4.9 percent in December 2007 when the recession began. By the end of this year, the rate is expected to reach 9.5 percent, still shy of the nation’s post World War II peak of 10.8 percent in November and December 1982.
Currently, more than four unemployed workers are available for every job opening and nearly one-quarter of jobless workers have been unemployed for six months or longer, according to the Economic Policy Institute, a research group that supports low- and middle-income workers. Since the start of the recession, new job creation has declined by more than 30 percent, reflecting companies’ reluctance to hire new workers or replace those who leave..."


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