Unemployment in Clay (15.4%), Chambers (16.2%), Randolph (13.2%) exceed state average

While the statewide unemployment rate remained around 11% for the sixth straight month,  as reported in the Birmingham Business Journal article, the number of those without jobs in several counties in the heart of District 13 continue to exceed the state average by several points. You can see the statewide map for April here.

UPDATE: According to the Opelika-Auburn news, Alabama’s unemployment rate is the ninth highest among the states.

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One response to “Unemployment in Clay (15.4%), Chambers (16.2%), Randolph (13.2%) exceed state average

  1. Yes, if I am not mistaken we are also the only state in the Deep South to not see a drop in unemployment in the last quarter.

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