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Thu January 23, 2014
Michigan's unemployment rate is falling, but is that indicative of the economy overall?
Michigan's unemployment rate dropped to 8.4% last month. That December number brings the state's 2013 average jobless rate to 8.7%.
That's down from 8.9% the year before.
And that means Michigan's annual jobless rate has gone done now for three years in a row.
But are these numbers a good indication of how Michigan's overall economy is fairing?
Charles Ballard, professor of economics at Michigan State University, joined us today to help answer that question.
Listen to the full interview above.