October 27, 2010

Unemployment by geographic region and division, September 2010

Unemployment rate by geographic region and division, September 2009 and September 2010, seasonally adjusted
Census region and division Sep 2009 Sep 2010

Northeast

8.9 8.6

New England

8.7 8.4

Middle Atlantic

9.0 8.7

South

9.4 9.2

South Atlantic

9.9 9.9

East South Central

10.7 9.5

West South Central

7.8 7.9

Midwest

10.0 9.3

East North Central

11.1 10.3

West North Central

7.5 7.1

West

10.6 10.9

Mountain

8.7 9.3

Pacific

11.4 11.6

These data featured in the TED article, Unemployment by geographic region and division, September 2010.

 

 

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