Seasonally Unadjusted Employment Falls In Area
The jobs picture is getting better in Michigan's Great Southwest. According to state labor officials, the seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate for the Niles-Benton Harbor Metropolitan Statistical Area fell a half-percent from February to March and now stands at 8.3%.
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#1 Apr 27, 2014
I don't believe this because there are still so many people and meaning
young kids who are really looking for a job near and close to there own
town, reason there is no transportation for them to get to local jobs
across the state line, at this point I really don't think any body put to
much though to the younger population needing a job.
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