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Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (Dec. Data)

Jan 26 2010

January 2010 (based of December Data)

The Joint Economic Committee released a report entitled “Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots,” (Part 2) which provides easy access to the major economic indicators in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in the areas of jobs, unemployment, personal earnings and housing.

Key economic statistics for each state include:

•    Jobs created or lost since the start of the recession;
•    Jobs saved or created by the Recovery Act;
•    Unemployment rates;
•    Per capita earnings; and,
•    The condition of the housing sector.

To view your state's snapshot report, click on the below links:

•    AlabamaReport Cover
•    Alaska
•    Arizona
•    Arkansas
•    California
•    Colorado
•    Connecticut
•    Delaware
•    District of Columbia
•    Florida
•    Georgia
•    Hawaii
•    Idaho
•    Illinois
•    Indiana
•    Iowa
•    Kansas
•    Kentucky
•    Louisiana
•    Maine
•    Maryland
•    Massachusetts
•    Michigan
•    Minnesota
•    Mississippi
•    Missouri
•    Montana
•    Nebraska
•    Nevada
•    New Hampshire
•    New Jersey
•    New Mexico
•    New York
•    North Carolina
•    North Dakota
•    Ohio
•    Oklahoma
•    Oregon
•    Pennsylvania
•    Rhode Island
•    South Carolina
•    South Dakota
•    Tennessee
•    Texas
•    Utah
•    Vermont
•    Virginia
•    Washington
•    West Virginia
•    Wisconsin
•    Wyoming

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 The Joint Economic Committee, established under the Employment Act of 1946, was created by Congress to review economic conditions and to analyze the effectiveness of economic policy.

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