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Reduction in Micigans Unemployment Rate

Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment charge in January lessened by two-tenths of the percentage place above the month to 14.three percent (December’s pace was revised downward by 0.1 tenths of the percentage place from 14.6 to 14.five),

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based on information released these days through the Michigan Department of Vitality, Labor & Economic Growth (DELEG). Total employment increased by 11,000 in January while unemployment declined by 7,000. The state’s labor force edged further up by 4,000 around the month.

The U.S. jobless pace fell by three-tenths of the percentage place in January to 9.7 percent.

The state’s jobless pace in January 2010 was three percentage points over the January 2009 charge of 11.three percent. The nationwide jobless pace increased by two full percentage points more than this period.

“Michigan’s unemployment pace fell slightly, as typical January auto industry job cuts did not occur in January 2010” said Rick Waclawek, director of DELEG’s Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives. “Also, jobs in a number of Michigan industry sectors, including manufacturing, have stabilized since the summer of 2009.” .

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Michigan’s unemployment fee has been little changed since the middle of 2009. The state’s jobless charge has remained within the narrow band of 14.2 to 14.five percent since July. In the first half of 2009, Michigan’s unemployment charge jumped upward by above three full percentage points.

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With the recent annual revision process, Michigan’s 2009 annual average unemployment pace was revised downward from a preliminary 14.0 percent to 13.6 percent.

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Michigan’s work force declined by 93,000 or 1.9 percent since January 2009

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Since January 2009, unemployment in Michigan increased by 134,000 or 24.0 percent, nearly identical to the national increase of 24.five percent around the same period.
Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment fee in January decreased by two-tenths of the percentage place above the month to 14.three percent (December’s charge was revised downward by 0.1 tenths of the percentage place from 14.6 to 14.five), in accordance with information released currently through the Michigan Department of Power, Labor & Economic Growth (DELEG). Total employment increased by 11,000 in January while unemployment declined by 7,000. The state’s labor force edged upward by 4,000 around the month.

The U.S. jobless fee fell by three-tenths of the percentage stage in January to 9.7 percent.

The state’s jobless charge in January 2010 was three percentage points above the January 2009 pace of 11.three percent. The national jobless fee increased by two full percentage points above this period.

“Michigan’s unemployment charge fell slightly, as typical January auto industry job cuts did not occur in January 2010” said Rick Waclawek, director of DELEG’s Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives. “Also, jobs in a number of Michigan industry sectors, including manufacturing, have stabilized since the summer of 2009.” .

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Michigan’s unemployment fee has been little changed since the middle of 2009. The state’s jobless charge has remained within the narrow band of 14.2 to 14.five percent since July. In the first half of 2009, Michigan’s unemployment pace jumped upward by more than three full percentage points.

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With the recent annual revision process, Michigan’s 2009 annual average unemployment charge was revised downward from a preliminary 14.0 percent to 13.6 percent.

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Michigan’s work force declined by 93,000 or 1.9 percent since January 2009

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Since January 2009, unemployment in Michigan increased by 134,000 or 24.0 percent, nearly identical to the national increase of 24.five percent around the same period.

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