Where is the last place you want to be if you're hanging onto a job? According to the latest statistics from the Labor Department, that's in Nevada, which now has the highest jobless rate, at 14%. What's bad news for the state is good news for Michigan, which has been at the top of the list for the past four years.
Nevada went from 13.7% in April to to 14% in May, climbing to its highest point since the state started to record jobless data in 1976. Michigan, on the other hand, went from 14% own to 13.6%. Overall, 37 states has higher unemployment rates in May.
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