The Massachusetts Executive Office for Labor and Workforce Development announced last week that the unemployment rate had remained steady in the state for February.
The rate for the past three months has been 6.9 percent.
Some claim that the unchanged rate is a sign of stagnation in Massachusetts. The office, however, notes that the rate is significantly lower than the national average of 8.3 percent.
So, what do you think? Do you believe the economy in the state is on the right track or the wrong track? Are things in Massachusetts getting better, getting worse or staying the same?
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