Can anybody explain how amnstey is greatly needed when May-June joblessness up in 90 pct of metro areas our?

Can anybody explain how amnstey is greatly needed when May-June joblessness up in 90 pct of metro areas our?

Can anybody explain how amnesty is greatly needed currently we the people are in dire need of a better life.WASHINGTON — More than 90 percent of the nation'-s largest metropolitan areas saw their unemployment rates climb in June from the previous month.Some of the biggest increases hit college towns, where the annual summertime exodus of students causes bars, restaurants and other businesses to cut staff. The Detroit area, hit hard by manufacturing layoffs tied to the beleaguered auto industry, also got stung in June.Unemployment rates rose from May to June in 348 of more than 370 metro areas, according to an Associated Press analysis of Labor Department data released Wednesday.The figures aren'-t adjusted to account for seasonal trends, such as lifeguards hired during summer or retail clerks let go after the holiday shopping season. So they tend to be volatile from month to month.The Labor Department does not provide seasonally adjusted metro area unemployment data. It does adjust the national unemployment rate for seasonal factors. The U.S. jobless rate, which hit 9.5 percent in June, is expected to rise to 9.7 percent when the department reports the July rate next week.Tuscaloosa, Ala., home to the University of Alabama, suffered the biggest monthly increase in unemployment from May to June. Its jobless rate jumped to 12.5 percent in June, up 3.8 percentage points.Michigan'-s metro area of Detroit-Warren-Livonia posted the second-biggest monthly gain. The unemployment rate there climbed to 17.1 percent, a gain of 2.2 percentage points.Pocatello, site of Idaho State University, saw the third-biggest monthly rise. The metro area'-s unemployment rate rose to 7.8 percent in June, up 2 percentage points from May.Next were Laredo, Texas, home of Laredo Community College, with a June jobless rate of 9.4 percent- Lafayette, Ind., which includes Purdue University, with a rate of 10.5 percent- and McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas, at 11.1 percent. Each saw its unemployment rate rise 1.7 percentage points from May.When the unemployment data is seasonally adjusted and viewed over the past year, all 372 of the largest metro areas saw their unemployment rates move higher in June for the sixth month in a row, the Labor Department said.Kokomo, Ind., suffered the biggest over-the-year gain in unemployment. Its rate rose to 19.2 percent in June, an increase of 11.8 percentage points from June 2008. Elkhart-Goshen had the second-largest gain. Its jobless rate of 16.8 percent was up 10 percentage points from last year. Monroe, Mich., the third-biggest gainer, registered an unemployment rate of 17.1 percent in June, up 8.6 percentage points from a year ago.much more @ http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/arti…

Joel

The Citizens are not in front of Home Depot because the illegal aliens beat the hell out of them, and run them off if they show up. But more than that, the American Citizens can go to the human resources department and register. Employers are supposed to hire from the Human Resources Department, but they prefer Home Depot and the fact that all those people work under the table... no records. Millions of dollars in Taxes go flying out the window right there with the crummy bumbs standing out there in front of Home Depot, and with the rats that hire them.In addition, usually, the American Worker is on the books, and if caught doing that, they would go to jail, or be fined. The illegal aliens just move and don't pay for what they are doing.====================================Now to the poster...Illegal aliens are very mobile. The sleep in their cars, and use a vacant lot for an outhouse, and they are a significant health hazard when they come in numbers. So for seasonal work, they can be hired and fired willy nilly, and nobody cares. If we began to be honest about the processes, we could get the people who do that, and we could nail them.That seasonal work doesn't pay much most places. People are out there looking for decent work, and seasonal work actually pays just enough for gasoline, but not car insurance. It is a problem everywhere in this country and a double party country would seem to be able to take care of that problem. Not the United States. What is truely sad.. the left wing of the Democratic Party won't help either. Obama talked a good talk.. I don't think he will ever deal with the problem.We need, and badly, a national ballot initiative and with that, we need to shape this country to serve us as we serve the country. We are NOT put on this earth to serve business. We are supposed to contribute, but even that would be far, far easier and more benefical to the country than the ratso system they have now.

Rizzo

I keep asking this question, and no one can answer it... why complain about illegals when I still only see Hispanics standing out in front of the Home Depot (and other places) for day labor? Where are all the unemployed?? Put up or shut up.

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