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A few questions about the United States unemployment?

What percent of unemployment in a U.S. state will make people move out? Do you think we'll ever get out of this unemployment crisis? What year? What states are decreasing in population because of unemployment? How come other states are gaining population versus their unemployment rate? Do you think by summer or possibly late spring, do you think Nevada will have a higher unemployment rate than Michigan? Nevada: 13.4 versus Michigan: 14.1. Michigan has been increasing in employment lately. Why is North Dakota gaining so much employment and how is it basically staying the same?

Asked By: PeaceeNickk(: - 5/8/2010
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Some states' governors have had huge (really huge) deficits (like California, for example) and have laid off government workers, which increased their unemployment figures to a much higher number than the 9.9% national average revealed by the Budget Office. Back in the latter part of 2008 and the first five or so... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 5/8/2010
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What percent of unemployment in a U.S. state will make people move out... More
Answered By: civil_av8r - 5/8/2010
 
You'll have to look up any facts but some jobs won't return.I'm in manufacturing.Many jobs are being deleted cause it's to expensive to for companies to keep going.I'm In SoCali.It's down 35%.I've never seen it this bad.Some jobs will return ,just some won't be anything permanent.Career change is in order if hard hit.
Answered By: thresher - 5/8/2010
 
Very few people move because unemployment during recession, because it is hard to get a job everywhere. The states with the lowest unemployment rates are mostly farm states with little industry so they are less effected by recessions, However they are also the ones that have been losing population for decades... More
Answered By: meg - 5/8/2010
 
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