This interactive graph shows the number of unemployed workers in New Hampshire on the x axis compared with the size of the workforce on the y axis. The size and color of the markers change to show increases and decreases in the unemployment rate.
Since the beginning of the recession, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in New Hampshire has peaked at 7.1% in February, 2010, the highest it has been since 1992, when it was at 7.6% for several months.
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