5:46 am December 9, 2010, by Henry Unger
Up until now, the economic numbers have been dismal.
AJC staffer Dan Chapman reports that Georgia unemployment has gone from 4.6 percent when the Great Recession started in December 2007 to 9.9 percent now.
Metro Atlanta foreclosures have skyrocketed and home prices have plummeted.
But, economists say, things are beginning to turn around, although very slowly.
Two questions for you:
Are you noticing a change overall?
Is your specific situation changing?
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