R.I. unemployment rate declines to 5.2% in Sept.

RHODE ISLAND'S unemployment rate was 5.2% in September. / AP FILE PHOTO/HEITH SRAKOCIC
PROVIDENCE – The unemployment rate in Rhode Island was 5.2% in September, a decline from 5.8% in August and 10.9% one year prior, the R.I. Department of Labor and Training said Thursday. A spokesperson for the DLT said that both the estimates for Rhode Island resident employment and labor force are expected to be revised…

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  1. THIS IS THE BIGGEST MISINFORMATION AND PROPAGANDA YOU WILL EVER READ! THIS “DECLINE” RESPRESENTS THE FEWER NUMBER OF PEOPLE APPLYING FOR UNEMPLOYMENT….NOT WHOLE STATE ALREADY BEING ON UMEMPLOYMENT! DRIVE DOWN ANY STREET AND YOU WILL SEE ANY BUSINESSES THAT ARE STILL OPEN HAVE “HELP WANTED” SIGNS IN THE WINDOW! AND, EVERY NURSING AND CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT IS HOME COLLECTING $250.00 FOR CHILDREN OVER 5 YEARS OLD AND $300.00 FOR CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OLD! NO ONE IS COMING THROUGH THE DOORS FOR JOBS BECAUSE THEY ARE GETTING GOVERNMENT HANDOUTS! SCRATCH THE SURFACE AND SEE THE REAL STORY BECAUSE THIS IS NOT REALITY!