Unemployment Rate by State

PA Unemployment

    PA Unemployment
The data for unemployment figures in Pennsylvania varied very little during the six month period between March 2010 and August 2010. The Civilian Labor Force in March 2010 was 6,458,000
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New York State Unemployment

The New York unemployment rate has remained stable for the six month period between March 2010 and August 2010. In March 2010 the New York State (NYS) unemployment rate was
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NC Unemployment

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the division of the Department of Labor that is responsible for compiling information about unemployment throughout the nation. The Bureau does this in two
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Ohio Unemployment

Ohio unemployment compensation claims are showing a general trend towards diminishing. Between March 2010 and August 2010, the unemployment rate fell from eleven percent to ten point three percent. Unlike
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Oregon State Unemployment

  The Oregon state unemployment rate has remained essentially unchanged over the six month period between March 2010 and August
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SC Unemployment

South Carolina unemployment statistics are collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is a division
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Tennessee Unemployment

The most comprehensive report on Tennessee unemployment figures is compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a part of the
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Texas Unemployment

The Texas Civilian Labor Force is the largest in the nation. It involves more than 12,100,000 individuals. The Texas unemployment
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Utah Unemployment

According to information compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is a division of the Department of Labor of
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Virginia Unemployment

The Virginia Unemployment Commission is the state department that submits the reports on VA Unemployment levels that is released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. By utilizing the report from
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