Marietta Jobless Rate Holds at 9.5%

Mar 29, 2012 Full story: Patch.com

Marietta had 136 more residents working and seven fewer officially unemployed, but the city's jobless rate in February was the same as January's: 9.5 percent.

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Cecilia Goodman

Denham Springs, LA

#1 Mar 29, 2012
Unemployment just doesn't seem to be lessening...I've seen so many of my friends and neighbors have to go on welfare or file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy ( http://eastcobbbankruptcy.com/services/chapte... )...I hope we see some kind of turnaround in the future.

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