More in Douglas County see employment in July
by Tom Spigolon
12:31 PM, Wednesday, September 02
Douglas County saw more residents gain jobs than lose them in July and the county’s jobless rate for the month remained steady compared to June, the Georgia Department of Labor reported last week. The county’s unemployment rate was 6.7 percent in ...

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