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Top 10 States To Be Unemployed

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/30/2013  Unemployment rates have fallen nationwide, but there are still nearly 12-million active job seekers who cannot find work.    Based on unemployment insurance benefits data and employment statistics, 24/7 Wall Street has identified the states where residents had the best chances of finding work and also received the best benefits while they were looking.    The top 10 are Montana, Hawaii, North Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Idaho, Vermont, Washington, Utah and Kansas.    To determine the best states to be unemployed, 24/7 Wall Street reviewed figures published by the Department of Labor's Office of Unemployment Insurance and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
   
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