Assistant Fiscal Policy Director Analyses Michigan's Historic Unemployment Drop

James Hohman discusses the numbers on the Frank Beckmann Show

Since 2009, the unemployment rate in Michigan has dropped faster than any other state in the country.

It has gone from 14.9 percent to 5.4 percent from June 2009 to April 2015.

Assistant Director for Fiscal Policy James Hohman put the numbers in perspective on the Frank Beckmann Show.

You can hear his interview here.

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