"Vermont has seen a continued decrease in the number of unemployed persons; nearly a 1,600 person drop in the past 12 months - not associated with claimants exhausting benefits or becoming ‘discouraged workers’ (i.e. stopping work search activities). At the current time, many national economists are predicting growth for at least the next twelve months. Even so, we continue to see some layoff activity around the state and in various occupational sectors, which may be expected seasonal or unexpected downsizings."
Annie M. Noonan Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
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