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September 1984, Vol. 107, No. 9
State and regional employment
and unemployment in 1983
In 1983, unemployment declined most in those States which had the largest increases in joblessness previously, and least in States dependent on the oil market; regionally, the most rapid job expansion occurred in the South and the West where the majority of new jobs came from the services and trade industries.
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