Maps: Jobs - Most Commented
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Unemployment is by far the most frequently cited statistic in economics. But there’s more to joblessness than just the top-line figure. Unemployment for young people, long-term unemployment rates, poverty levels, and even foreclosure rates help tell the jobs story in America. Move your cursor over each state to explore your state’s job picture. And sort the data in the grid below to see how your state compares to others.
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Here is my favorite keynote address from the festival last year - from a disgruntled media exec who really didn't want to be there:
Let's not overlook all the subsidies. Who pays for them? Oh yeah, it's me, and my children, and grandchildren.DR | Mar 7, 2014
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