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Members of the North Carolina General Assembly returned to Raleigh last Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 to begin the official business of the 2015-2016 legislative session.
Members of the North Carolina General Assembly returned to Raleigh last Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 to begin the official business of the 2015-2016 legislative session.
 
That unemployment rate the drive-bys regularly quote to you is actually a percentage of the "workforce." In economics, the "workforce" is defined as that portion of the population, of working age, who are employed in civilian or military jobs.
That unemployment rate the drive-bys regularly quote to you is actually a percentage of the "workforce." In economics, the "workforce" is defined as that portion of the population, of working age, who are employed in civilian or military jobs.
 
Most North Carolinians are painfully aware of how grim the ongoing recession has been for our state. However, few know about our oppressive Third World debt owed to the federal government for money borrowed to pay benefits to unemployed workers.
Most North Carolinians are painfully aware of how grim the ongoing recession has been for our state. However, few know about our oppressive Third World debt owed to the federal government for money borrowed to pay benefits to unemployed workers.
 
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly in July, to a seasonally adjusted 8.3 percent, even though the employment survey showed the largest seasonally adjusted job gain in five months.
The nation's unemployment rate rose slightly in July, to a seasonally adjusted 8.3 percent, even though the employment survey showed the largest seasonally adjusted job gain in five months.
 
My friends on the Left keep saying things aren't so bad. We just need to spend more money to keep doing the same things, and everything will be fine.
My friends on the Left keep saying things aren't so bad. We just need to spend more money to keep doing the same things, and everything will be fine.
 
The state's unemployment rate for May remained unchanged at 9.4 percent, marking the 41st consecutive month the unemployment rate has been 9.0 percent or higher.
The state's unemployment rate for May remained unchanged at 9.4 percent, marking the 41st consecutive month the unemployment rate has been 9.0 percent or higher.
 
North Carolina's unemployment rate fell in April by three-tenths of a point, to 9.4 percent. Good news? Not really.
North Carolina's unemployment rate fell in April by three-tenths of a point, to 9.4 percent. Good news? Not really.
 
In unadjusted terms, the state added 20,000 jobs in April; over the past year, the number of jobs statewide has risen by 26,600. The vast majority of those gains have been in the private sector, which has accounted for 25,900 of the jobs added since April 2011.
In unadjusted terms, the state added 20,000 jobs in April; over the past year, the number of jobs statewide has risen by 26,600. The vast majority of those gains have been in the private sector, which has accounted for 25,900 of the jobs added since April 2011.
 
North Carolina's February unemployment rate dropped in both seasonally adjusted and unadjusted measures, the state's Department of Commerce reported today.
North Carolina's February unemployment rate dropped in both seasonally adjusted and unadjusted measures, the state's Department of Commerce reported today.
 
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