"February 2015 data marks the ninth consecutive month of reported (non-farm) employment levels above the 2007 pre-recessionary peak. Vermont's unemployment rate – at 3.9 percent – is back as low as those reported before the recession. These are both signs of better economic conditions in certain regions of the state. The Department is working with our schools and our workforce training providers to increase training and work-based learning opportunities to help Vermonters find good jobs. Stop by a Vermont Department of Labor regional office, or visit our website to find out about our services which are free and available to all Vermonters."
Annie M. Noonan Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
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