"Vermont employers are reporting increased opportunities throughout the state. During the summer months, there appeared to be some signs that the economic expansion was slowing. Recent data from Vermont businesses are pointing in a different direction --- towards ongoing economic growth in which jobs are being created and filled; and it is the private sector leading the way. Based on the preliminary October data, in the past year, the Vermont economy has added 1,000 manufacturing jobs, 1,300 jobs in private education and 400 jobs in professional & technical services. The Vermont Department of Labor continues to talk with employers every day that are looking to grow and hire for jobs in Vermont. If you are unemployed, underemployed or seeking a career change, please visit one of the VDOL's 12 regional offices to take advantage of the Department's job placement services."
Annie M. Noonan Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
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