Though the number of fatalities increased overall, some states saw significant drops, like New Mexico (20 percent), Rhode Island (13 percent) and Alaska (8 percent). The theory linking higher unemployment to lower fatalities seems consistent with the situation in Alaska and New Mexico, which had some of the highest rates of unemployment as of December 2015. Alaska saw a percent increase in unemployment between December 2014 and December 2015 to percent, and New Mexico saw the biggest increase of any state, rising from 6 to percent. Some of the states with the largest increases in fatalities saw big drops in unemployment during the same period, including Oregon, Georgia and South Carolina. But Rhode Island had the largest reduction in unemployment rate of any state and still saw a large drop in fatalities. The overall . unemployment rate fell from percent in January 2014 to 5 percent by the end of 2015.
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