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The 15 US cities that will be hit hardest by the next recession

For some time, the US economy continued to grow, despite historical trends indicating that the time for recession had come. The economy will inevitably enter another period of recession. Which cities will suffer the most will help find out the publication GOBankingRates.

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15. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 9,9%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,6%
  • Change from peak to date: -5,3%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 59,6%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 25,8%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 13,3%

14. Atlanta (Georgia)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 10,3%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 3,6%
  • Change from peak to date: -6,7%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 65,2%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 22,4%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 8,8%

13. Newark (New Jersey)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,1%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 8,9%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 3,8%
  • Change from peak to date: -5,1%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 61,9%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 28,3%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 27,9%

12. Henderson (Nevada)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 13,8%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,3%
  • Change from peak to date: -9,5%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 62,4%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 9,1%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 6,3%

11. Baltimore (Maryland)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,1%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 8,1%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 3,9%
  • Change from peak to date: -4,2%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 61,5%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 22,4%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 26,5%

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10. Modesto (California)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,4%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 16,9%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 6,7%
  • Change from peak to date: -10,2%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 59,9%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 17%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 5,9%

9. Cleveland (Ohio)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,1%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 8,6%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,6%
  • Change from peak to date: -4%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 58,9%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 35,2%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 25,9%

8. Tallahassee (Florida)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,1%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 8,4%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 3,3%
  • Change from peak to date: -5,1%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 66,3%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 27,1%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 11,1%

7. Miami (Florida)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 10,8%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 3,3%
  • Change from peak to date: -7,5%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 61,8%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 25,8%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 10%

6. San Bernardino (California)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,4%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 13,7%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,2%
  • Change from peak to date: -9,5%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 57,3%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 30,6%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 7,5%

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5. Stockton (California)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,4%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 16,5%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 6,4%
  • Change from peak to date: -10,1%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 59,2%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 22,4%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 6,6%

4. Las Vegas (NV)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 13,8%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,3%
  • Change from peak to date: -9,5%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 63,6%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 16,2%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 7,2%

3. Bakersfield (California)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,1%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 15,7%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 8,6%
  • Change from peak to date: -7,1%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 63,7%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 19,2%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 11,8%

2. Toledo (Ohio)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,3%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 12,3%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 4,6%
  • Change from peak to date: -7,7%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 61,5%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 26,5%
  • Percentage of houses with a market price lower than the security deposit: 24,7%

1. Fresno (California)

  • Change in unemployment in 2009-2019: -0,2%
  • Peak unemployment rate in 2009-2019: 16,7%
  • Current annual unemployment rate: 7,9%
  • Change from peak to date: -8,8%
  • Employment rate (16 years old and older): 61,5%
  • Percentage of people with income below the poverty line: 28,4%
  • Percentage of houses with negative capital: 9,3%

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