ST. PAUL (AP) - From steel to airline workers, Minnesota lost more jobs proportionally than the nation did in 2001.
If the announcement of Potlatch's closing could be compared to a community earthquake, the aftershocks are expected to continue and widen.
Matthew Overbeek used to pilot jets for Sun Country Airlines, but now he flies paper planes as a stay-at-home dad and part-time student.
ST. PAUL (AP) - Minnesota has lost more than 54,000 jobs since the recession began last March. Manufacturing accounts for nearly two-thirds of them. Companies have laid off workers by the hundreds and by the handful.
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