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May 18, 2011 11:57 AM

Washington's unemployment rate falls to 9.1 percent

Washington's economy continues to show signs of improvement after the state added 5,800 jobs in April to lower its seasonally adjusted jobless rate to 9.1 percent last month from 9.2 percent in March, according to state Employment Security Department data released today.

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