Probably because they'd laid-off the guy who does that.
98 percent of metro areas see jobless rates rise
By JEANNINE AVERSA, AP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON – U.S. metropolitan areas late last year, with manufacturing layoffs driving the largest annual increases in Indiana's Elkhart-Goshen region and Dalton, Ga.rose in 98 percent of
The Labor Department said Wednesday that climbed in 363 of the largest 369 metropolitan areas in December from a year earlier.