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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Va., Md. unemployment rates fall

WASHINGTON — Unemployment rates fell in Virginia, Maryland and 18 other states in April.

The Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics says Virginia had a seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 3.9 percent in April. down from 4.0 percent in March. Maryland’s unemployment rate fell to 4.6 percent, from 4.7 percent.

Both Virginia and Maryland had unemployment rates below the national average of 5.0 percent in April.

Virginia’s nonfarm payrolls totaled just over 3.9 million jobs in April, about 80,000 more than a year earlier. Maryland has added about 78,000 jobs in the last year, for a total of 2.71 million.



Anonymous said...

These numbers are such baloney that it's amazing that anyone believes them.

Anonymous said...

All part time

Anonymous said...

Lies all lies, I have been looking for work for months and there is nothing to apply for I can't even score a part time job. I guess being a cashier is like being a brain surgeon, because that pretty much the attitude.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of good paying jobs on the edumacared side of the Bay.

Anonymous said...

All kinds of part-time jobs at Walmart, McDonald's, Hardee's. Working at these places will help you qualify for foodstamps, a free phone, discount internet.

Anonymous said...

4:15 nice of you to make crap up but you are wrong and no I do not need welfare. I need a second job.