Right to Work, by the Numbers: Part 4


Historic Highs and Lows in Unemployment

In my previous post in this series, I closed by noting that proponents of “right to work” might very well want to emphasize that eight of the ten states with the lowest current unemployment averages are “right to work” states.

Those states are Virginia, Oklahoma, Iowa, Wyoming, Utah, South Dakota, Nebraska, and North Dakota.

I have highlighted them in bold in the table that follows, which compares current unemployment rates with historic high and low unemployment rates.

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