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Montana Unemployment Rate Shows Slight Rise in January to 5.7%

With a .01% rise in the unemployment rate, Montana is back to a 5.7% unemployment rate, right where things stood in November 2012.

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Montana Unemployment Rate Falls Yet Again

New numbers show that Montana's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 5.7% in December.

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Pace Of Job Growth Slows Down, 7.8 Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged
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Will Unemployment in Montana Continue to Fall?

Montana's unemployment rate fell to 5.7 percent in December.

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Pace Of Job Growth Slows Down, 7.8 Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged
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Montana Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.7 Percent

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percentage point to 5.7 percent in December, a rate the state hasn't seen in nearly four years.

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How to Cut Your Cost of Living; Without Cutting Your Standard of Living

Exactly how, in the most prosperous nation in the world, did America move from a single earner supporting a family, to both family members working multiple jobs, only to end up working paycheck to paycheck?

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Heeeeeeeeeeeee’s BACK

Yes, Tom Egelhoff is back filling in for Mark in the Morning. Tom will be on Thursday and Friday of this week to help get your morning off to a good start. All the latest news, weather, guests, and Tom's unique view of the world

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Unemployed In Florida? You Get A Super Hero Cape!

A government-supported unemployment agency in Central Florida is in hot water today after it reportedly spent $14,200 to fund 6,000 superhero capes to hand out to unemployed area residents.

It's all part of what's being called the 'Cape- A-Bility Challenge,' a contest in which out-of-work Floridians take on "Dr. Evil Unemployment," a cartoon character that represents the current state of the economy. (The agency also spent $2,300 on foam cutouts of this job-killing super villain.)

Once they enter the contest, they will be provided with a red cape -- while supplies last, of course. The campaign, which some are calling "insensitive and wasteful," runs through June 30.

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Rich People Win Again

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For those not following the controversial tax cuts bill on C-SPAN this evening, let the title summarize what happened and here are my thoughts.

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