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December 2015 Unemployment and Jobs Press Release
January 26, 2016
"The lack of snow directly impacted the number of jobs in Vermont in December.  People who had been hired by employers in the leisure and hospitality sector were laid off when the snow didn’t arrive as expected, and ski lifts were idled, hotel rooms weren’t booked, and restaurants weren’t serving the winter-season visitors.  As such, the December employment data had notable employment loss; fortunately, the situation is turning around, and many of those laid off workers are now back to work.  Vermont employers are still hiring, and job training programs and internships are available for many Vermonters.  The Department of Labor encourages anyone looking for work or a career change to visit one of our 12 regional career centers."
Annie M. Noonan
Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
 
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  • Unemployment Weekly Report - February 10, 2016
    Find the latest information on claims, unemployment insurance statistics and unemployment rates for New England states and the U.S.  This and more UI reports are at Publications.
    Feb-10-2016
  • Economic and Travel Indicators - December
    A monthly series on labor market & business activity, state tax revenues, travel & tourism, rooms & meals business receipts and seasonal indicators. View the latest issue . Past issues available at Publications
    Feb-1-2016
  • Labor Market Newsletter - December 2015
    A quarterly publication of recent economic data and trends by the Economic and Labor Market Information Division.
    Jan-8-2016
  • Per Capita Personal Income - Local Areas 2014
    Per Capita Personal Income for 2014 is available for counties, metroploitian and micropolitan areas from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Go to Wages and Income.
    Dec-29-2015
  • UI 20 Year Statistical Record
    A report on the Vermont Unemployment Insurance Program from 1995-2014 showing trust fund, benefit, wage information and more.  This and more UI reports are at Publications.
    Nov-9-2015
  • Per Capita Personal Income - VT & US 2014
    Vermont's per capita personal income for 2014 is estimated at $46,428, maintaining the state's ranking at 19th. For more, go to 'Per Capita Income' on the Wages & Income page.
    Nov-3-2015
  • Quarterly Workforce Indicators - 4th Quarter 2014
    QWI Explorer reports various economic / demographic measures for Age, Sex, Education, Race and Ethnicity groups. Produced by U.S. Census, Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics.
    Sep-11-2015
  • Gross Job Gains and Losses - December 2014
    Seasonally adjusted job gains exceeded losses in December 2014, resulting in net jobs increasing. (graph). See all of Vermont graphs and tables at Business Employment Dynamics. Also available is annual March to March gains and losses for 2014.
    Sep-11-2015
  • Alternative Unemployment Rates:   2014 3rd Qtr - 2015 2nd Qtr Average
    Alternative measures of the unemployment rate that are more narrowly or broadly defined than the traditional estimate. Available at Unemployment.
    Sep-11-2015
  • Wages, Benefits, Contributions and Employment by Industry - 2014
    Covered Employment and Wage information is combined with Unemployment Compensation Benefits in this UI report available at Publications.
    Jun-10-2015
  • 2012-2022 Long Term Occupational Projections
    An overview of the 2012-2022 Long Term Occupational projections showing the top occupations by openings, growth and educational requriements. This publication and detailed tables are available at Occupations.
    Jun-10-2015
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    Vermont's minimum wage rate will increase to $9.60 per hour - from the current rate of $9.15 per hour - effective on January 1, 2016.
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    December 2015 Unemployment and Jobs Numbers
      - Labor Force and Unemployment:  Data Tool / Report.
      - Nonfarm Employment:  Data Tool / Report.
    Dec-18-2015
    Preliminary 2nd Quarter 2015 UI covered employment was 306,587, up 1.0% from a year earlier. Also posted, revised 2015 1st Quarter.
      - Employment and Wages Tool
      - 2015 Year To Date
      - 2015 Size Class tables
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    Nov-30-2015
    Our most popular publication of state, county and town economic data has been updated. Included are maps of county commuting patterns along with other regional information on income, population, housing, and employment.
      - 2015 Economic-Demographic Profile
    Sep-11-2015
    Latest estimates of employment, hourly and annual wage rates for over 600 occupations.
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    Jun-5-2015
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    Index 236.525 237.336
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