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July 2019 Unemployment and Jobs Press Release
August 15, 2019
"Though our unemployment rate continues to be low, there are a number of Vermont workers looking for more hours or higher paying jobs. To get that next job, some of these individuals may need to acquire a new skill or become licensed in a specialized field. Learning this summer about all the training and educational programs beginning this fall is a first step towards better employment opportunities. There are wonderful providers across the state partnering with the Department to offer Registered Apprenticeships and short courses at convenient times which tie directly to employer needs in Vermont. Visit any one of the Department’s Career Resource Centers spread across the state to learn which program or training may be best for you… and bring a friend."
Lindsay Kurrle
Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
 
Labor Force Estimates, seasonally adjusted
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Schedule of Upcoming Unemployment and Jobs Press Releases through January 2020.
 
What's new?
  • Unemployment Weekly Report - August 14, 2019
    Find the latest information on claims, unemployment insurance statistics and unemployment rates for New England states and the U.S.  This and more UI reports are at Publications
    Aug-14-2019
  • Gross Job Gains and Losses - December 2018
    December 2018 gross job gainw outpaced job losses resulting in a net decrease of 1,285 jobs. (table, graph). See all of Vermont graphs and tables at Business Employment Dynamics. Also available, annual March to March gains and losses from 1994 to 2018.
    Aug-8-2019
  • Economic and Travel Indicators - May
    A monthly series on labor market & business activity, state tax revenues, travel & tourism, rooms & meals business receipts and seasonal indicators. View the latest issue . Past issues available at Publications
    Jul-25-2019
  • Quarterly Workforce Indicators - 3rd Quarter 2018
    QWI Explorer reports various economic / demographic measures for Age, Sex, Education, Race and Ethnicity groups. Produced by U.S. Census, Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics.
    Jul-1-2019
  • Wages, Benefits, Contributions and Employment by Industry - 2018
    Covered Employment and Wage information is combined with Unemployment Compensation Benefits in this UI report available at Publications.
    Jun-24-2019
  • Per Capita Personal Income - VT & US 2018
    Vermont's per capita personal income increased to $53,598 and maintained a ranking of 19 in 2018. Charts and data available at Wages & Income.
    Mar-28-2019
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    Vermont's high-pay high-growth jobs
     Dec-11-2018
     
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    Minimum Wage Increases to $10.78 for 2019.
    Vermont's minimum wage rate will increase to $10.78 per hour from the current rate of $10.50 per hour, effective on January 1, 2019.
  • Minimum Wage Poster
  • Oct-4-2018
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    Preliminary estimates of Covered Employment averaged 309,091 in 1st Quarter 2019. Also released, revised 2018 Annual Averages and 2018 4th Quarter.
      - Covered Employment and Wages Tool
      - 2019 Year To Date
      - 2019 Size Class tables
            by Establishment
            by Firm
    August-15-2019
    An interactive tool comparing male/female employment and earnings ratios.
      - Earnings and Jobs by Gender
    August-15-2019
    Unemployment and Jobs Numbers - July 2019
      - Labor Force and Unemployment:  Data Tool / Report.
      - Nonfarm Employment:  Data Tool / Report.
    Aug-15-2019
    Our most popular publication of state, county and town economic data has been updated. Included are county commuting patterns along with other regional information on income, population, housing, and employment.
      - 2019 Economic-Demographic Profile
    Jul-17-2019
    The 2016-2026 Long Term Occupational Projections for substate areas are now available. Find the top occupations in growth, openings and by required level of education.
      - 2016-2026 Long Term Occupational Projections
      Occupational Projection tables
          - Statewide HTML | XLS
          - Burlington-South Burlington, VT Metropolitan NECTA HTML | XLS
          - Northern Balance Of State HTML | XLS
          - Southern Balance Of State HTML | XLS
    Jun-14-2019
    Latest estimates of employment, hourly and annual wage rates for over 600 occupations.
     - Vermont
     - Burlington-South Burlington, VT Metro NECTA
     - Northern Vermont Balance Of State
     - Southern Vermont Balance Of State
     - OES Area Map
    Apr-8-2019
    Mar-19-2019
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    Unemployment Rate
    Seasonally Adjusted
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    Jul
    2018
    Vermont 2.1 2.1 2.7
    New England n/a 3.1 3.4
    United States 3.7 3.7 3.9
    Next Vt release:
    September 20
     
    Consumer Price Index
    United States
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    2019
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    2019
    Index 256.571 256.143
    Annual % Chg 1.8 1.6
    10 year table Inflation Calculator
    Next release:
    September 12
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