Isle jobless rate drops - Hawaii Busi...

Isle jobless rate drops - Hawaii Business

There are 11 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Dec 19, 2009, titled Isle jobless rate drops - Hawaii Business. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

While Hawaii's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 7 percent in November, the state experienced the highest monthly percentage decrease of job losses in the nation.

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The Truth

Kaneohe, HI

#1 Dec 19, 2009
Oh bull-crap! That is simply cause everyone has left, a long...LONG... time ago!
Chris

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#2 Dec 19, 2009
So just under a half million MORE people applied for first time unemployment claims last month but your government is trying to tell you unemployment fell nationwide and in Hawaii. Do you trust your government to tell you the truth?
what

Wailuku, HI

#3 Dec 19, 2009
The number of jobs dropped by 6000 from last month. The unemployment rate dropped??? WTF. They should just publish the U6 rate. 18%. 1 in 5 people not really working.
BullShiat

Wahiawa, HI

#4 Dec 19, 2009
I just lost my job and speaking to those who work at the unemployment office, it does not appear that the rates have dropped.
Just look at how long the lines were at the Waipahu unemployment office. I went there last week and by 11:30 AM, the ticket counter already was re-set after hitting 100.
Government only says it is going down, full of BS, to influence the Stock market, artificially keeping it up so that the politicians and their cronies can "justify" hefty bonuses for themselves and Wall Street crooks. It happens every time at year end...a scam!
ForkinHaole

Midlothian, TX

#5 Dec 19, 2009
How's that "Hope and Change" workin out for ya?
Kris

Fenton, MI

#6 Dec 19, 2009
WHY does Michigan have the highest unemployment rate? NOT EVERYONE CAN OR WANTS TO DO CARS FOR A LIVING. If you're considering a mainland move, don't go there, whatever you do. It's too frickin' cold anyway.
No Hope

Kailua, HI

#7 Dec 19, 2009
ForkinHaole wrote:
How's that "Hope and Change" workin out for ya?
What hope, what change? Here in Hawaii, any hope that the economy will improve in Hawaii are just wishful thinking! It's been ruined by AJA cronyisum who are over representative of the entire State, held hostage by corrupt Unions, more than 50,000 State bureacrats for a State a little over 1 million!

Then to matters worse, the pending financial and tax doom of that corrupt City of Honolulu obsolete technological Rail, estimated to cost over $7.3 billion dollars, that's over 7 times the ENTIRE State of Hawaii population! But to actually burden every taxpayer an additional $4000.00 of taxes each year for over 20 years to pay for that crook mayor Mufi Hannelman and his cronies Rail!

Better to be one of those Freeloaders from Micronesia, getting food stamps, secton 8 housing and free medical/dental benefits for not even working one hour in Hawaii!
Ishidan

United States

#8 Dec 19, 2009
ForkinHaole wrote:
How's that "Hope and Change" workin out for ya?
It could be worse. We could be "going rogue" instead.
Von

Aiea, HI

#9 Dec 19, 2009
People just gave up looking for a job.

There is nothing good about that.
Barrack Hussein Obama

Vancouver, WA

#10 Dec 19, 2009
How's my hope and change working out for all you bruddahs and sistahs?
Okole Maluna

AOL

#11 Dec 20, 2009
Zeeeeeeeepeeeeeeee always get job!!!!!!!!

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