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Report: Non-Agriculture Jobs Fall Again

July 21, 2012

The Charleston Gazette — In West Virginia, employment in non-agricultural jobs fell for the fifth straight month, as 1,200 more jobs disappeared in June. Manufacturing, education and health services saw no employment increases last month, according to “Jobs Count,” a monthly newsletter published by the West Virginia Center of Budget & Policy. Read