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Thu July 10, 2014
What June’s job report means for Michigan
The latest "report card" on jobs in America points to a country continuing to recover from the Great Recession.
The national unemployment rate fell to 6.1%, the lowest level since September 2008. What does the June jobs report tell us about Michigan? Where have we made gains and where are we still hurting?
University of Michigan labor economist Don Grimes joined us to review the June employment numbers.