R.I. has 2nd-highest unemployment rate in N.E. in June

RHODE ISLAND had the second-highest unemployment rate in New England in June at 5.9%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. / AP FILE PHOTO/LYNNE SLADKY
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island had the second-highest unemployment rate in New England in June at 5.9%, having fallen from 6% in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday. Unemployment rates in the U.S. remained largely stable in June month to month with the overall country unemployment rate increasing 0.1 percentage points to 5.9%.…

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  1. THIS SHOULD NOT BE THE CASE!!! THERE ARE “HELP WANTED” SIGNS ALL OVER THE STATE, IN ALL QUALIFICATION LEVELS! THERE SHOULD NOT BE 1 (ONE) CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT OR NURSE ON UNEMPLOYMENT IN THIS STATE! THERE ARE OPENINGS IN EVERY HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION ACROSS THE STATE!