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January 20, 2016 5:13 PM

Not exactly a Carolina Comeback for NC workers

Despite claims of a Carolina Comeback, job opportunities in North Carolina for the unemployed in the last decade have not been significantly better than in the rest of the United States

In fact, they’ve been on average a bit worse since unemployment insurance reform took effect in 2013

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