April 1 2010|07.09 AM UTC

Stan Reybern

Unemployed: America’s 35 Hardest Hit Cities

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Across the nation, cities have seen rising unemployment rates and many people are struggling to find jobs. In some areas of the country, that may be more difficult than others. Today we look at the cities in America that have been hit the hardest by job loss and have the highest rate of unemployment.

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America's Most Unemployed

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george April 1, 2010 at 12:03 pm

Its tough to think how we are ever going to reach a point of breaking even as far as the u.s. deficit is concerned


Had Enuf April 1, 2010 at 6:48 pm

The Federal Reserve costs the USA almost 3 times the current bloated military budget and accounts for 1/2 the budget, while prodcuing no goods or services. Restoring the American currency to JFK’s bluebacks or Lincoln’s greenbacks would go a long way toward fiscal stability and conservancy. Study the presidencies of Jackson, Lincoln and Kennedy to study the solution and the terms of Wilson, Hoover, T Roosevelt, Johnson, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Clinton and both Bushs to learn to recognize the 2 legged termites at work.

It really is a global conspiracy, as big as the Pagan Pope. America most be diligent and adamant against our enemies, domestic and foriegn.


Tyranna October 10, 2010 at 4:55 am

The Federal Reserve actually transfers any profits it makes to the Treasury, you fool. It DOES NOT cost more than the ridiculous military budget, which badly needs to be slashed to almost nothing.
Go sell crazy somewhere else, you Tea Party idiot.


Terry Givens April 2, 2010 at 8:06 am

Those numbers don’t reflect the persons no longer getting unemployment or under employed. Northern California areas are closer to 20% + unemployment.


Paul April 2, 2010 at 10:00 am

I wouldn’t consider Ocean City NJ or Vineland NJ ‘metropolitan’.


ken park April 20, 2010 at 6:52 am

It’s because our government signed in trade agreements like NAFTA and GAT. A country that can’t manufacture it’s own products is no longer a sovereign nation. It becomes a dependent nation. A nation dependent on a private bank called the federal reserve to borrow from on interest. Is also not a sovereign nation. These two examples only benefit the people at the top that control these systems. Average citizens will continue to live in growing wastelands.


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