Job losses continue throughout New York

Gregory, Traci
April 2009
Business Journal (Central New York);4/24/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p3
The article reports on the growing number of job losses in New York. It is stated that New York has lost 33,000 private-sector jobs in March 2009 with unemployment rate of 7.8 percent after seasonal adjustments. According to Peter Neenan, director of the Division of Research and Statistics, New York economic downturn will negatively affect the state's labor market in the coming months.


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