NC unemployment rate 9.7%, Near highest, Washington DC California Nevada worse hmmm, Dare county 19.1%, Obama and Democrats warm reception in NC?
“Guilford (Large NC County) appears on it’s way to a third consecutive year with annual jobless rates in double digits. Economists say that likely hasn’t happened since the Great Depression.”…Greensboro News Record December 2, 2011
“New, more-accurate estimates show North Carolina’s unemployment rate stayed above 10 percent throughout 2011, falling to 10.2 percent in January in a key election battleground state, the state Commerce Department reported today.”…Greensboro News Record March 14, 2012
“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed
–if all records told the same tale–then the lie passed into
history and became truth. “Who controls the past,” ran the
Party slogan, “controls the future: who controls the present
controls the past.”…George Orwell, “1984″
Pretend you are listening to Sheriff Andy Taylor of the Andy Griffith Show.
You know Barn, I was ponderin sumpin over the weekend. How come it seems like every time I turn around people is hootin and hollerin and carryin on sumpin fierce. Well I just got a hold of the Mayberry Gazette and would you know, them government fellas has come out with a new report and in that new report it mentions the fact that the unemployment rate in NC has plummeted to 9.7%. Land sakes! No wonder them folks has been celebratin. And Barn, wait til Barack Obama and the Democrats come to Charlotte for their convention. Why I bet the folks down there will give them a homecoming they’ll never forget. Accordin to the Gazette, folks around Charlotte should be rejoicin with these unemployment rates:
Why, it’s no small wonder people are grinnin like a possum.
I know we are mighty happy to have a 10.9% unemployment rate here.
And barn, would you look at this. Dare county, 19.1 %. Them folks have gotta be mighty proud (don’t tell nobody I own a ranch there).
End of show….or is it?
From the Jefferson Post April 23, 2012.
“N.C. unemployment improves to 9.7 percent in March”
“Despite Ashe County’s early year jobs slide, the unemployment numbers across the rest of the state improved between February and March according to seasonally adjusted data released by the N.C. Department of Commerce last week.
N.C.’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell by .2 percentage points to 9.7 percent from February’s revised rate of 9.9 percent. The number of unemployed also decreased over-the-month, falling by 12,092 to 451,657.
“Since the start of the year, the rate has dropped three consecutive months,” said N.C. Department of Commerce Deputy Secretary Dale Carroll. “Over the year figures continue to show improving numbers with the private sector gaining more than 37,000 jobs. Finding North Carolinians work through our programs and services available at our local offices remains our priority.”
The number of people employed, seasonally adjusted, increased by more than 4,000 to 4,228,180 between February and March, and by 63,805 since March 2011. Year-over-year, the NC unemployment rate fell by .7 percent, from 10.4 percent in March 2011.
Over the month, the number of persons unemployed declined by 12,092, or 2.6 percent. The civilian labor force was relatively unchanged at 4,679,837.
Nationally, March’s unemployment rate decreased by .1 percent from February to 8.2 percent. The number of persons unemployed fell by 133,000, or 1 percent, while the civilian labor force declined by 164,000, or .1 percent.”
NC has one of the worst unemployment rates in the nation. Below are the states with the highest unemployment rates. It is important to note that Illinois, Washington DC, California and Nevada are on the list.
41 ILLINOIS 8.8
42 SOUTH CAROLINA 8.9
43 FLORIDA 9.0
43 GEORGIA 9.0
43 MISSISSIPPI 9.0
43 NEW JERSEY 9.0
47 NORTH CAROLINA 9.7
48 Washington, DC 9.8
49 CALIFORNIA 11.0
50 RHODE ISLAND 11.1
51 NEVADA 12.0
Unemployment rates by NC county subject to revision in a few days.