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Friday, March 21, 2008

PA Lost 8,000 Jobs In February

WESB News: 03/21/08 - PA Reports 8,000 Jobs Lost in February

Pennsylvania reported a loss of 8,000 jobs in February, a faster rate of decline than job losses nationally.

The unemployment rate also rose slightly. Pennsylvania last reported a monthly drop in jobs in September, when the state reported 8,200 fewer jobs than in August.

The monthly decline was less than one-fifth of one percent of the total, but still three times the rate of job losses nationally in February.

The state's unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.9 percent, above the national rate of 4.8 percent.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wake up Rendell, are you so busy fattening your own pockets that you are stepping over a dollar to pick up a dime?

You will not get such a great "retirement" package for yourself if our state goes down the tubes! You had better touch base with the business people and workers in rural PA not just your
buddies in unions!

Saturday, March 22, 2008 6:20:00 AM EDT

Anonymous Anonymous said...

PA is on it's way to becoming a "broke" state just like NY. Seeing that we our neighbors why not follow in their footsteps? Let start by relaxing the stipulations on becoming a state trooper and use them as a cash generator rather than what they were meant for...namely protecting the public. Take a ride around our neigboring communities and tally up how many police vehicles you see. It's ridiculous and not warranted for our area but seatbelt, speeding, and DUI is a super way to make easy money. I would rather our goverment use my tax money to fund public works projects rather than additional police force salaries. Lewis Black said, "Just build a thing, hire people to build the thing, people will pay to see the thing, thus stimulating the f!@#$% economy." Maybe not that simple...but you get the principle.

Monday, March 24, 2008 9:33:00 AM EDT

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Wake up Rendell, are you so busy fattening your own pockets that you are stepping over a dollar to pick up a dime?

You will not get such a great "retirement" package for yourself if our state goes down the tubes! You had better touch base with the business people and workers in rural PA not just your
buddies in unions!

Anonymous said...

PA is on it's way to becoming a "broke" state just like NY. Seeing that we our neighbors why not follow in their footsteps? Let start by relaxing the stipulations on becoming a state trooper and use them as a cash generator rather than what they were meant for...namely protecting the public. Take a ride around our neigboring communities and tally up how many police vehicles you see. It's ridiculous and not warranted for our area but seatbelt, speeding, and DUI is a super way to make easy money. I would rather our goverment use my tax money to fund public works projects rather than additional police force salaries. Lewis Black said, "Just build a thing, hire people to build the thing, people will pay to see the thing, thus stimulating the f!@#$% economy." Maybe not that simple...but you get the principle.