Wallethub: New Mexico’s unemployment rate has recovered THE LEAST among 50 states

According to the most recent report from Wallethub (March 10, 2022), after two years of COVID 19 New Mexico’s unemployment rate has suffered the largest increase of any state in the nation. You can see a graphic from the report below, but also according to the report, New Mexico’s unemployment claims have jumped by an astounding 234.71 percent since the Pandemic began.

While businesses continue to post “help wanted” signs throughout New Mexico, something is very wrong with the Lujan Grisham economy. What’s really surprising is that this sad unemployment picture references an INCREASE over New Mexico’s typically-high unemployment rate.

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One Reply to “Wallethub: New Mexico’s unemployment rate has recovered THE LEAST among 50 states”

  1. Perhaps the RGF can establish why people are not working. Workforce solutions is not clear on who is eligible and how much can be paid to claimants

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