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US experiencing uneven job growth across states

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US experiencing uneven job growth across states

Post by Guest on Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:44 am

U.S. companies have added jobs for 12 straight months, giving some of the hardest hit states a lift. But the gains have been uneven and several states are still losing jobs.

Still, six states lost jobs from February 2010 through last month. Among the worst for job creation in that time were New Mexico and New Jersey, states that only a year ago were in the middle of the pack.


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Re: US experiencing uneven job growth across states

Post by Guest on Sat Mar 26, 2011 11:35 am

and not to mention, layoffs still happening, and not nearly enough jobs to negate the layoffs that have taken place. According to Bloomberg, the jobs are mostly in the retail and hospitality sectors.


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