Job figures steady in Hudson Valley

Yurcan, Bryan F.
November 2007
Westchester County Business Journal;11/5/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 45, p2
The article reports on the September 2007 private-sector job count in New York State. According to the state Labor Department,New York has added about 313,600 private sector job as the unemployment rates drop down to 4.6 compared to the 4.9 in August 2007. Jobs in the private-sector increased by 4,700 or 0.1%, while the nonfarm jobs also increased by 62,200 or 0.8%. Moreover, employment also grew in the educational and health services, and in construction and financial activities.


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