Employment Exceptions

exceptions Rhode Island is the latest state to finally see total employment exceed its pre-recession level. That leaves just Alabama, Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, and Wyoming with employment levels in 6/17 below what they were in 2008 or before. By contrast, in five states, including Arkansas, California, Colorado, Tennessee, and Washington, the unemployment rate in 6/17 was at an all-time low and employment was at an all-time high.

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