New England’s unemployment rate stood at 4.4% in April, compared with 5% nationwide, according to the spring 2016 outlook delivered last week by the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP) to 50 or so economists and others gathered at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
New Hampshire posted the second lowest unemployment rate in the U.S. at 2.6%. But all New England states are projected to ha...
Income inequality has been surging unchecked with #highered fueling division and class warfare. Revered higher ed analyst Tom Mortenson @COETalk hates to say he told us so. See his new @nebhe journal piece on Roots of the Current Crises https://bit.ly/2N0qdR9
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