Friday, October 21, 2011

Unemployment Rates by State September 2011

Unemp. Sept Change in
State Rate 1 Month
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Nevada 13.4% 1,800
California 11.9% 11,800
Michigan 11.1% -14,200
South Carolina 11.0% -1,000
Florida 10.6% 23,300
Mississippi 10.6% 7,300
North Carolina. 10.5% -22,200
Rhode Island. 10.5% -1,700
Georgia 10.3% -7,100
Illinois 10.0% 1,600
Alabama 9.8% 2,900
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Unemp. Change in
State Rate 1 Month
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Tennessee 9.8% 6,300
Kentucky 9.7% -2,900
Oregon 9.6% -600
New Jersey 9.2% -11,100
Arizona 9.1% 10,400
Ohio 9.1% -21,600
Washington 9.1% -4,400
Idaho 9.0% 600
Connecticut 8.9% 3,400
Indiana 8.9% 7,800
Missouri 8.7% -4,000
Texas 8.5% 15,400
Arkansas 8.3% -1,600
Colorado 8.3% -3,900
Pennsylvania 8.3% -15,800
West Virginia 8.2% -1,000
Delaware 8.1% -1,300
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Unemp. Change in
State Rate 1 Month
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New York 8.0% 8,800
Wisconsin 7.8% -12,400
Montana 7.7% 300
Alaska 7.6% 900
Maine 7.5% 3,000
Maryland 7.4% 6,800
Utah 7.4% -400
Massachusetts. 7.3% -2,300
Louisiana 6.9% 14,100
Minnesota 6.9% -7,400
Kansas 6.7% 0
New Mexico. 6.6%. -5,700
Virginia 6.5%. -4,700
Hawaii 6.4%. 6,300
Iowa 6.0% -5,700
Oklahoma 5.9%. -800
Vermont 5.8%. 700
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Unemp. Change in
State Rate 1 Month
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Wyoming 5.8% 900
New Hampshire. 5.4% -5,400
South Dakota 4.6% 600
Nebraska 4.2% 1,500
North Dakota 3.5% 1,400
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

These numbers are incorrect. First of all, when the government calculates the unemployment rate they only consider the citizens that are unemployed with "unemployment," not the ones that are unemployed without "unemployment." So those numbers are actually doubled, maybe even tripled. Stop lying to the people!

Blog Start Date 8/11/09 said...

You're correct but we can use these numbers to see if the 18% or more unemployment numbers are going up or down.

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