NH job trends show temporary hires up, surge in higher education jobs

ROCHESTER — Hard on the heels of the January unadjusted Current Employment Statistics (CES), come the February numbers, now that New Hampshire Employment Security has got its end-of-the year benchmarking out of the way. The CES give a sector-by-sector estimate of jobs within New Hampshire, based on employer surveys.


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