by Duluth News Tribune
September 20, 2011 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Unemployment rates fell sharply throughout Northeastern Minnesota in August while statewide rates held steady at 7.2 percent.
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Let’s look at the big picture here. What kind of jobs is the article referring to?
The Estimated median household income in DFL Duluth in 2009: $35,341.
The estimate median household income in Minessota is $55,616 or $20,275 HIGHER than DFL Duluth.
Estimated per capita income in DFL Duluth in 2009 was only $20,384.
See it for yourself at: http://www.city-data.com/city/Duluth-Minnesota.html#ixzz1YXfVSqzV
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This just means even more people have exhausted their unemployment benefits and as such are no longer counted as part of the unemployed. When you exhaust your benefits you drop off the rolls of the unemployed. Why isn’t that pointed out in the various articles about unemployment percentages?
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The number that is published is fake anyway. The real unemployed, like people ulysses mentioned, or working two to three part time jobs, is rarely mentioned.
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