Top 10 Worst, Best States for Unemployment

Every state in the country has seen an increase in unemployment when compared with the same period last year, according to a new report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Thirteen states and Washington, D.C., now have unemployment rates higher than the national rate of 10.2 percent. Michigan continues to lead the nation in unemployment, with a jobless rate of 15.1 percent, up 6 percent from October 2008. It wasn't all bad news for state, however: Michigan was one of six states, according...Full Story
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