Unemployment Rates Rise In 26 States In August

KATUUnemployment rates rise in 26 states in AugustUSA TODAYUnemployment rates in August rose in 26 states from July, but most states showed lower rates than a year ago, the federal government reported Friday. Nevada continued to lead the country with the highest unemployment rate, 12.1% in August.California employers add 12000 jobs; jobless rate falls to 10.6%Los Angeles TimesLabor Department: Unemployment rates rise in 26 statesFox NewsUnemployment rates rise in some US election swing statesReutersWashington Post -San Jose Mercury News -CBS Newsall 757 news articles »

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