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Wed March 7, 2012
Michigan's unemployment rate continues decline
Michigan’s unemployment rate continues to decline.
Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped three tenths of one percent to 9% in January.
During the past year, Michigan’s unemployment rate is down nearly two full percentage points.
The state’s unemployment rate is now at its lowest mark since September 2008. It’s also about five percentage points lower than at the height of the recession in 2009.
Manufacturing and Professional services saw the biggest jump in new hires.