Unemployment rates rise in most states as more Americans look for work; 37 states gain jobs

  • Article by: CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER , AP Economics Writer
  • Updated: July 18, 2013 - 4:10 PM

WASHINGTON — Unemployment rates rose in 28 U.S. states last month, partly because more Americans started looking for work and not all of them found jobs.

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cks1950Jul. 18, 13 3:57 PM

And there not going to find much work out there, either. Sales are & will remain flat until at least 2016. Business is experiencing record profits because their margins are improving, not because of revenue growth. Employment won't change then either unless this country decides that putting Americans back to work is more important than having a administration that spends all their time and political capitol on "social justice" issues.

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dumbgopJul. 18, 13 4:28 PM

What made any of you Obama supporters think that term two would be any better? The fact that Obama's policies are beginning to have some serious negative effects will snowball in term two and we will be in an even bigger hole because of your voting wisdom. Unbelievable.

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