States Seeing the Highest Unemployment Rates

According to this CNBC article and accompanying slideshow, unemployment in the U.S. is highest in the following ten states:  Michigan, 15.2%; Rhode Island, 12.4%; Oregon 12.2%; South Carolina, 12.1%; Nevada, 12.0%; California, 11.6%; Ohio, 11.1%; North Carolina, 11.0%; Kentucky, 10.9%;  and Washington, DC, 10.9%.  In most states, jobless rates continue to increase.

Once again, if you’re unemployed and looking for work, you may be interested in Greensboro Public Library’s JobSkills offerings.


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