The Progressive Pulse
by Alexandra Sirota November 26, 2014
In December 2007, just as the Great Recession started, 62 percent of North Carolina’s working-age population was employed. As of October 2014, employment had fallen to 56.5 percent as measured by the employment to population ratio.
Despite the important milestone Employment Levels in USof replacing all the jobs lost during the Great Recession, North Carolina still has not reached pre-recession employment levels.
– See more at: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2014/11/26/employment-in-nc-still-below-2007-levels/#sthash.SjlibQGF.dpuf