Of the 3,069 counties in the nation, only 65 have made a full recovery from the economic meltdown, according to a new report from the National Association of Counties.
The report tracked four categories: jobs, unemployment rate, GDP, and median home price. And though the report found that about three-fourths of counties bounced back in at least one of those areas, just a shade over two percent of counties recovered on all four fronts.
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