Phoenix, Arizona: Phoenix, Utah, has the nation’s highest unemployment rate and the worst job outlook, according to a new study by the Center for American Progress.
In fact, the state is on track to have a jobless rate of nearly 9 percent this year.
But the worst unemployment rate is in Atlanta, Georgia, where the average unemployment rate has increased by nearly 1 percentage point in just the past year.
Atlanta has the second-highest unemployment rate in the nation, at 10.7 percent.
Houston is tied for third, at 9.6 percent.
Los Angeles ranks fourth at 8.7% and Washington D.C. is fifth at 7.8%.
Here are some of the other cities in the top 10: Dallas: The Dallas metro area is home to the Dallas Cowboys, the team whose president has said he’ll consider running for president.
The metro area’s unemployment rate hovers around 10 percent, the highest in the country, and its jobless jobless rates have doubled over the past three years, to 16.5 percent.
That’s because of a combination of high job turnover and a lack of training for people who want to work.
Dallas has the fourth-highest median household income in the U.S., at $68,724.
Los Santos, California: Los Santos is one of the poorest cities in America.
Its unemployment rate stands at 12.5% for the past two years, but the median household incomes in Los Santos are just over $20,000.
This means the median income in Los Angeles has gone up just 1.7%.
Atlanta: The Atlanta metro area has one of America’s lowest unemployment rates, at 5.3%.
That’s a result of people who were discouraged from looking for work and staying out of the labor market.
Atlanta also has the fifth-highest poverty rate in America at 26.9%, according to the U,S.
It’s also one of only a handful of U.N. cities where unemployment is above 10%.
New York: New York is a small city in the Bronx, home to more than 80,000 people.
New York’s unemployment rates hover around 10% and its unemployment rate for people without a high school degree has increased 2.6 percentage points over the last year.
That means the poverty rate for those without a college degree is 25.7%, according the U.,S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It has the worst median household wage in the world at $53,400, according the OECD, a group of rich countries.
The other cities with the worst employment rates in the Midwest include Minneapolis, Minnesota, with a unemployment rate of 8.5%; St. Louis, Missouri, at 8%; Cincinnati, Ohio, at 7%; Cleveland, Ohio at 6.8%; Detroit, Michigan, at 6%; and Indianapolis, Indiana, at 4%.
New Orleans: The New Orleans metro area had the sixth-highest foreclosure rate in all of America last year, with 4.7 million foreclosures.
That has made it one of New Orleans’ poorest areas.
The median home value in the city has fallen by more than $3,000 in the past five years, according To Home Mortgage News.
The city’s unemployment and poverty rates are the worst in the United States.
Detroit: Detroit’s unemployment is now 10.5%, and its poverty rate has doubled over 10 years.
The poverty rate was 7.3% in 2016.
It jumped to 9.5%.
Detroit is also the seventh-most expensive city in America, according HomeValue.com, a site that offers home equity loans.
In addition to the poverty rates, the city is also home to a high number of seniors.
The home foreclosure rate has nearly doubled in the last 10 years to over 10 percent.
The homeownership rate for Detroit residents stands at 51.8%, according ToHomeMortgage.com.
Detroit’s median household wealth was $51,900 in 2016, according Datafolks.
The number of households in the metro area with wealth of $1 million or more is over 30,000, according Census Bureau data.
The Detroit metro area also has one the highest percentage of black residents in the state, according census data.
Detroit is in the bottom five for the percentage of African-Americans in the county.
In 2016, Detroit had a black mayor and one black member of the city council, according The Detroit News.
Houston: Houston’s unemployment has dropped by more to 9 percent in the six years since the Houston city council approved a $1.5 billion bond for the $1 billion plan to overhaul the city’s water system.
That will help alleviate pressure on Houston’s water supply.
The unemployment rate remains 8.3 percent in Houston.
The average monthly household income is $45,100 in the Houston metro area, according data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The Census Bureau reports that the average household income for Houston