11:05 am August 26, 2009, by Henry Unger
A growing economy this quarter will not stop the bleeding in the state’s job market.
Unemployment will rise to 11 percent next year as the state sheds another 43,800 jobs, Georgia State’s Economic Forecasting Center predicted today, according to AJC reporter Michael Kanell. That’s on top of this year’s projected loss of 205,000 jobs, said GSU economist Rajeev Dhawan.
If you’ve been looking for work, what have you been experiencing? Have you noticed any changes lately — good or bad?
And if you’re responsible for hiring decisions, what do you see coming down the pike?
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