State unemployment: Jobs picture gets worse in 27 states; PA drops a mere .1 percent to 9.2 percent

by an Unemployed White Male on September 22, 2010

in American Culture,Business & Economy,Politics & Government,Recession

By Christopher S. Rugaber (AP)

WASHINGTON — More than half of U.S. states saw their unemployment rates rise in August, the largest number in six months, as hiring weakened across the country. The jobless rate increased in 27 states last month, the Labor Department said Tuesday. It fell in 13 and was unchanged in 10 states and Washington, D.C. That’s worse than the previous month, when the rate increased in only 14 states and fell in 18. It’s also the most states to see an increase since February.

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Thank you President Obama, and the Democrats and Republicans in Congress, state and local government for making things so much better. Thanks for this amazing ‘change we can believe in.’ Assholes!

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