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Here is a statewide breakdown. It appears California, Illinois, Ohio, & Michigan are the leaders for "mass layoff events". I am not sure what is going on in Kentucky.

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/mmls.t06.htm

Alabama
6.7%(p) in Dec 2008
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Alaska
7.5%(p) in Dec 2008
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Arizona
6.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Arkansas
6.2%(p) in Dec 2008
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California
9.3%(p) in Dec 2008
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Colorado
6.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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Connecticut
7.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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Delaware
6.2%(p) in Dec 2008
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D.C.
8.8%(p) in Dec 2008
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Florida
8.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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Georgia
8.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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Hawaii
5.5%(p) in Dec 2008
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Idaho
6.4%(p) in Dec 2008
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Illinois
7.6%(p) in Dec 2008
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Indiana
8.2%(p) in Dec 2008
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Iowa
4.6%(p) in Dec 2008
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Kansas
5.2%(p) in Dec 2008
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Kentucky
7.8%(p) in Dec 2008
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Louisiana
5.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Maine
7.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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Maryland
5.8%(p) in Dec 2008
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Massachusetts
6.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Michigan
10.6%(p) in Dec 2008
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Minnesota
6.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Mississippi
8.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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Missouri
7.3%(p) in Dec 2008
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Montana
5.4%(p) in Dec 2008
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Nebraska
4.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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Nevada
9.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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New Hampshire
4.6%(p) in Dec 2008
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New Jersey
7.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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New Mexico
4.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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New York
7.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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North Carolina
8.7%(p) in Dec 2008
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North Dakota
3.5%(p) in Dec 2008
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Ohio
7.8%(p) in Dec 2008
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Oklahoma
4.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Oregon
9.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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Pennsylvania
6.7%(p) in Dec 2008
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Puerto Rico
13.5%(p) in Dec 2008
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Rhode Island
10.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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South Carolina
9.5%(p) in Dec 2008
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South Dakota
3.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Tennessee
7.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Texas
6.0%(p) in Dec 2008
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Utah
4.3%(p) in Dec 2008
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Vermont
6.4%(p) in Dec 2008
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Virginia
5.4%(p) in Dec 2008
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Washington
7.1%(p) in Dec 2008
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West Virginia
4.9%(p) in Dec 2008
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Wisconsin
6.2%(p) in Dec 2008
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Wyoming
3.4%(p) in Dec 2008
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Look at the bold print below....men appear to be trending higher faster. Asians and women appear to be the safest bet.

Nonfarm payroll employment fell sharply in January (-598,000) and the unem-
ployment rate rose from 7.2 to 7.6 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of
the U.S. Department of Labor reported today. Payroll employment has declined
by 3.6 million since the start of the recession in December 2007; about one-
half of this decline occurred in the past 3 months. In January, job losses
were large and widespread across nearly all major industry sectors.

Unemployment (Household Survey Data)

Both the number of unemployed persons (11.6 million) and the unemployment
rate (7.6 percent) rose in January. Over the past 12 months, the number of un-
employed persons has increased by 4.1 million and the unemployment rate has
risen by 2.7 percentage points. (See table A-1.)

The unemployment rate continued to trend upward in January for adult men
(7.6 percent)
, adult women (6.2 percent), whites (6.9 percent), blacks (12.6
percent), and Hispanics (9.7 percent). The jobless rate for teenagers was un-
changed at 20.8 percent. The unemployment rate for Asians was 6.2 percent in
January, not seasonally adjusted. (See tables A-1, A-2, and A-3.)

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm
 

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HerefordSire said:
Here is a statewide breakdown. It appears California, Illinois, Ohio, & Michigan are the leaders for "mass layoff events". I am not sure what is going on in Kentucky.
We're trying to keep a low profile. :tiphat:
 

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Geez - It looks like I better get that URGENT FINANCIAL CRISIS SURVIVAL VIDEO they are advertising at the top! I'm sure it will make everything all better.
 

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