Nope.. I live in Illinois.. It depends on the skills that you have.. I seem to have the right skills.
Skill level is dependent in all fields, I just received a new job my field of endeavor does not provide what would be called a promotion. I had to apply for and interview for a new job at a more senior level. However, I have a Graduate degree and 34 years of experience. People like myself are generally looking at around 3 - 4% unemployment. I have turned down jobs in the last year in part because of pay levels and I am too close to retirement to take on a high stress new career type job. The problem with this report is the part time work which I suspect is a lot of summer jobs. In June schools let out and students are looking for work, graduates need something until they get hired full time. This is not such a great report although it will be spun as great news. We are not even breaking even at this point, and to recover fully we need a sustained level of about 3K new jobs monthly. We may soon look like France with more part time workers, high tax rate and immigrant riots as people begin fighting over resources in the urban areas.