From Carolina Journal comes the sobering reality of this economy.
The state’s unemployment rate for May remained unchanged at 9.4 percent, marking the 41st consecutive month the unemployment rate has been 9.0 percent or higher. In seasonally adjusted terms, last month the state lost 16,500 jobs, the highest number in the nation.
North Carolina also had the fourth-highest unemployment rate in the nation.
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