Muddling Through 

Jobs, work thin in no-boom, no-bust Humboldt

Unemployment is up, incomes are low, and poverty levels are high -- but local experts suggest that the recession in Humboldt could have been worse -- and maybe it isn't even that bad. Dennis Mullins is a research analyst at the Labor…

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