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(Wall Street Journal) — How far would you move for a job?  Moving is complex and expensive, but sometimes job survival means workers don’t have much of a choice, especially if you’re unlucky enough to live in an area plagued by unemployment.  Take Nevada, for example, which has the highest unemployment rate among the states, reaching 13.6% in February, according toLabor Department numbers. It’s little surprise that the state, which has been hit so hard by foreclosures, remains troubled. At the other end of the joblessness spectrum, North Dakota had the lowest unemployment rate at 3.7%. That is, the unemployment rate in Nevada was more than three times the rate in North Dakota.  Do employment data like these mean that job seekers, or those looking for greater security, should run from Nevada, or head to North Dakota? As with many difficult decisions, experts say the answer is: “It depends.”

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