Nevada Unemployment Spikes To 13.7% As Government Austerity Sets In

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There’s no jobs recovery in the state of Nevada. The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation has just announced April unemployment of 13.7%, up from 13.4% in March, according to 8NewsNow.

In Las Vegas, unemployment is 14.2%

A major culprit? That’s right, government austerity, as local governments shed 5500 jobs last month.

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