Despite high unemployment, Hesperia's population remains steady
When the real estate bubble burst in 2007, it took the Victor Valley down with it, sending unemployment rates skyrocketing in communities largely built around construction.
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#1 Nov 12, 2011
It's because the majority of the population was unemployed, Section 8, food stamp, welfare recipients in the first place. That's why the population hasn't changed despite the high unemployment rate...because they already were unemployed.
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