The 10 Worst Cities for Finding a Job

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The national jobless rate is falling, but the rising tide isn't lifting all boats equally. These cities have both high and sticky unemployment—jobless rates that are elevated and, given those high levels, have not fallen far over the last year. Contributing to the high jobless rates in many of these cities is also a dismal housing market. Together, these create a cycle that is difficult to break.

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