California and North Carolina in March posted their highest jobless rates in at least three decades (California’s unemployment rate 11.2%)

California’s unemployment rate jumped to 11.2% in March, while North Carolina rose to 10.8%, the highest for both since the U.S. government began a comprehensive tally of state joblessness in 1976.

California lost 62,100 jobs in March, with Florida next at 51,900 jobs lost, Texas at 47,100 and North Carolina at 41,300, according to the federal figures. Read More

I have to ask, did you get what you where hoping for when you voted for Obama to be your president? Are you that have lost your jobs feel that you’re better off today under Obama or where you better off when you had a job? I don’t see anything getting better for the middle class and the poor do you?

Oh and I love my blue jeans! LOL
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(1) Friday fun: Conservative rebels in blue jeans

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2 comments on “California and North Carolina in March posted their highest jobless rates in at least three decades (California’s unemployment rate 11.2%)

  1. And most of Obama’s fund raising was from California and the Hollywood bunch! Oh well, they asked for it and now they got it and will have to live with their decision!

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