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Unemployed sucks in every state.
MSN never ceases to write pure garbage.
Don't worry about being dead last Mississippi... I'm sure old Thad will fix it THIS time!! He's only been in the Senate since the seventy's, so there is NO WAY that he's part of the problem... Right? IDIOTS!!
This is one dumb article. So now, we should be "free loaders", and looking at states to move to. One that pays the most, to be unemployed. Get your dumb A's fired, and live off the system. Great outlook you have, for this country, MSN.
That's just the declared rates of unemployment so you have to figure in the people who's benefits have expired and who have quite trying. So close to 35-40 percent for a few of these states. At that point it doesn't matter how EDUCATED you are folks. I lived in one of these listed in the worst states and it was a nightmare. I was very lucky to have family that helped me move to a state that was actually hiring a few people.
Light a baby Jesus candle for the people in those states
Hard to believe Wisconsin didn't make the worst?
Well, most if not all the numbers are lies anyways.
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