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California's Unemployment Stuck High As National Average Dips

Apr 5, 2013 (All Things Considered) — California's economy is a study in contrasts. The state's unemployment rate -- 9.8 percent -- is tied with Rhode Island for the highest in the country. Parts of the state are still suffering mightily from the housing collapse. But there are also large pockets of job growth and revival.

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