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NH employment outlook remains strong as bankruptcies continue record low pace
Source:  NHBR Breaking News
Friday, 02 December 2022 10:06

Bankruptcy filings in New Hampshire continue to remain at record low levels, and while the unemployment rate has risen slightly, more Granite Staters are working.

In November, some 51 Granite State individuals and businesses filed for protection, two fewer than October and exactly the same number as November 2021.

The total for November is the lowest for any November since 1987, when there were 37 – not counting the anomaly of 2006, the month that the federal bankruptcy law was changed to make it harder for individuals to file for protection.

For the year, filings are averaging 54 per month, 11.5 percent lower than last year, though the decline wasn’t nearly as deep as in 2021, when monthly filings fell 31 percent, or 2020, when they averaged 41 percent.

No Granite State businesses filed directly in October, but in November, a high-end custom builder, Detail Design Builder LLC of Amherst, filed for Chapter 11 protection on Nov. 22. It reported assets

As for the unemployment rate, it increased in October, from 2.2 percent to 2.4 percent. But the rise could have been because of an expanded labor force. There were 4,000 more people working than the previous month and nearly 15,000 more compared to a year earlier.

It looks like the favorable employment situation should continue into November, based on unemployment claims data. On Thursday, the federal Department of Labor reported that there were 268 initial unemployment claims filed during the week ending Nov. 26, compared with the 333 reported the previous week and 280 reported in the first week of November.

The latest data shows that continuing claims – made by individuals already collecting unemployment benefits – also are remaining relatively level. The DOL reported there were 1,743 people collecting checks during the week ending Nov. 19 about 50 fewer than they reported previous two weeks which were about the same.

Wages in New Hampshire were up 3.7 percent compared to last year and the consumer price index in the region rose by 6.9 percent.

Categories: Government, News

Cail & Company LIVE with “The Friday Fun Bunch”
Source:  WKXL
Friday, 02 December 2022 09:28

Ken Cail interviews Kitty Rae the OFFICIAL “Flick Chick,â€� and Tom Raffio, President & CEO of Northeast Delta Dental. They chat about the latest Christmas Movies, Football, and Wrestling. You don’t want to miss this fun episode!


Elon Musk says Twitter is suspending Kanye West's account
Source:  CBS Boston
Friday, 02 December 2022 09:00

The billionaire owner of the social media service said the rapper "again violated our rule against incitement to violence."

SOLD! Real Estate Transfers
Source:  Carriage Towne News
Friday, 02 December 2022 09:00

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NH Energy Symposium
Source:  Carriage Towne News
Friday, 02 December 2022 09:00

MANCHESTER —The Business and Industry Association’s 2022 New Hampshire Energy Symposium on Wed., December 7 will explore solutions for the future of energy. Rising energy costs are challenging New Hampshire businesses, large and small, and realistic solutions are needed to…

Don’t be Fooled: Package Delivery Scam
Source:  Carriage Towne News
Friday, 02 December 2022 09:00

ARLINGTON, VA —Online purchases and package deliveries skyrocket during the holiday season. Naturally, scammers use this opportunity to trick busy shoppers into giving out their personal information. Here’s what you should know about a new twist on delivery scams.

NH to see heavy rain Saturday; wintry mix, wet snow possible for some before changing to rain
Source:  WMUR Local News
Friday, 02 December 2022 08:55

Wintry mix, wet snow possible for some before changing to rain


WMUR Weather Text Forecast
Source:  WMUR Local News
Friday, 02 December 2022 07:37

Check out the latest forecast from the Storm Watch 9 team.


Underway now: How to help NH children through 2022 Spirit of Giving Toy Drive
Source:  WMUR Local News
Friday, 02 December 2022 07:23

The 2022 Spirit of Giving Toy Drive will kick off Friday, Dec. 2 and goes all weekend long, but you can make your donation now.


Ever wonder how they build turbines at sea? Here's what it takes to create an American wind farm
Source:  New Hampshire Public Radio
Friday, 02 December 2022 07:00

America’s first major offshore wind farm, Vineyard Wind, will have 62 turbines standing taller than the Boston skyline. Workers are laying undersea cables now, and the turbines are scheduled for installation next summer, 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard.

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