Rhode Island jobless rate resumes descent, falls to 11.5% in December

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RHODE ISLAND'S jobless rate resumed its slow descent in December, ticking down a tenth of a percentage point to 11.5 percent. For a larger version of this image, CLICK HERE. /
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s jobless rate resumed its slow descent in December, ticking down a tenth of a percentage point to 11.5 percent after it had climbed slightly a month earlier, the R.I. Department of Training said Friday. But the state’s monthly jobs report contained mixed news, however. The number of employed state residents increased…

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