August 27, 2015
Nebraska had the lowest jobless rate among states in July 2015, 2.7 percent. The historical low for Nebraska was 2.3 percent in October 1990, and the historical high was 6.3 percent in February 1983. In July 2015, West Virginia had the highest unemployment rate, 7.5 percent. West Virginia recorded a historical high of 11.3 percent in February 1983 and a historical low of 3.4 percent in August 2008. Full Text »
Features can vary among employer-sponsored savings and thrift plans. For example, some plans let employees take out loans from their accounts, and others do not.
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