States with the Highest Unemployment Rates as of July 2009

States with the Highest Unemployment Rates as of July 2009

Flint : MI : USA | Jul 23, 2009 at 9:23 PM PDT
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According to, here are the states with the highest unemployment rates as of July 2009:

Michigan: 15.2%

Rhode Island: 12.4%

Oregon: 12.2%

South Carolina: 12.1%

Nevada: 12%

California: 11.6%

Ohio: 11.1%

North Carolina: 11%

Washington, DC and Kentucky (tie): 10.9%

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