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NEW THIS WEEK, 03/20/2017: 

– Daily Updated AAA Muni Yields (03/22)
– NEW January 2017 Employment Data for U.S. Metro Areas (03/21)
– MuniNet Featured Bond: City of San Jose Airport Revenue Refunding Bonds – $641 Million (03/20)
– A Decade of State Unemployment Rate Figures Confirms: Sky Not Falling (03/20)
– NEW Muni Bond Issue Calendar (03/20)
– New KNOW YOUR CITIES Contest! Previous Winners

FEATURED MUNINET CHART: State Labor Force Participation Rate in 2016 – Top 10 and Bottom 10 States (via Bureau of Labor Statistics)

  • Key Takeaway from State Labor Force Participation Rate 2016
    • Some people who are out of the labor force are so for reasons that are not necessarily detrimental; this includes people who may be willingly retired or seeking higher education. However, a higher labor force participation rate generally means a larger economic base, reflecting a more prosperous overall economy.
    • Overall national labor force participation rate increased in 2016; the first time the national rate has increased since 2006.

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