An uneasiness about the future of the United States grips most Americans. Over 70 percent agree that the nation is headed in the wrong direction.
New Hampshire State Parks will hold job fairs around the state on May 6 for those looking for “stress-free, summer employment in the outdoors.”
New Hampshire’s March unemployment rate was 2.4 percent, a 0.3 percent drop from February’s rate of 2.7.
By 2029, there will be 3.6 million computing jobs in the U.S., but there will only be enough college graduates with computing degrees to fill 24% of these jobs.
Increased immigration, longer life expectancy and a decline in birth rates are transforming the U.S. workforce in two important ways.
Across the whole state, New Hampshire has seen an uptick in business applications, indicating positive economic growth, according to data from the US Census Bureau.
Throughout the Northeast, job openings increased by about 84,000 between August and September to a total of 1,718,000.
New Hampshire’s August unemployment rate was nearly two percentage points less than the national average at 2.0 percent.