"Over the last year, more Vermonters are reporting being employed and fewer are reporting being unemployed. At 4.1%, Vermont's unemployment rate is well below the national average of 6.1%. The monthly estimates, which can fluctuate, will be trued-up with additional data in early 2015. It is expected that the revised data will confirm improvements in the Vermont economy in 2014 when compared to 2013. It is the Vermont Department of Labor's responsibility to assist individuals looking for work and partner them with the many Vermont employers looking for skilled employees. Call or visit a VDOL regional office to learn more about our services."
Annie M. Noonan Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
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