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Protect New Hampshire’s Booming Economy – Vote Republican on Tue. Nov. 6th

In case you forgot to share this great news with friends and neighbors. As of July, the average hourly wage for private employment in New Hampshire was $26.22, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. New Hampshire’s real per capita personal income is up more than $4,000 since …

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Wage Growth Highest Since 2009 – Consumer Confidence Soars to Highest in 18 Years

If Democrats were hoping for a pre-election push from today’s job numbers they got it, but in the wrong direction. Hiring accelerated in October and the unemployment rate held at a 49-year low, signs of a strengthening labor market that delivered U.S. workers the best pay raises in nearly a decade. U.S. nonfarm payrolls increased …

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Jobless Claims at Historic Low – Democrats Promise to Ruin That If You Elect Them

I guess funemployment wasn’t as much fun as we were told. People have been abandoning it in droves. We also need to question Nancy Pelosi’s “Pelosi-ism” about unemployment being so damn good for the economy. Current trends suggest otherwise. And how about when in the midst of the so-called ‘Obama Recovery’ Democrats were demanding a hike in unemployment benefits? In …

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New Hampshire Hits New High for Jobs Created

The excellent employment news continues for Granite Staters. Yesterday’s update from the New Hampshire Office of Employment Security (NHES) reports 741,480 held jobs last month an increase of 1,430. Just a few months ago we reported record-breaking employment numbers, but that was no fluke. Tax cuts for job creators continue to generate incomes for individuals and …

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Why Do NH Democrats Want to Kill Job Growth and the Economy?

I so enjoyed writing this post that it needed a video to go with it. New Hampshire is experiencing some significant benefit from Republican tax and economic policy. Democrats are promising to take those benefits away. Please do what you can to educate them about the consequences of allowing that to happen and what they need …

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Remember the “Summer of Recovery?” Trump Finally Delivered

Remember the ‘Summer of Recovery?’ It became an annual “festival” celebrated by the media, and the left each and every season after the elevation of his majestic almighty greatness Obama I. Every summer henceforth shall be named recovery summer. We should have coined a catchy mysterious tagline like “Summer is coming.” But recovery summer never …

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Another Unemployment Number Hits an Historic Low

Mr. Trump’s economy continues to make history. Black unemployment hit a historic low in May. Hispanic unemployment hit a historic low in June. Now, the Bureau of labor statistics says that Youth summer-unemployment hit a 52-year low in July, 2018. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday that the unemployment rate for 16 to 24 year olds …

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First Black Unemployment, and Now Hispanic Unemployment Hits a Record Low

Employment for ‘people of color’ continues to set records under President Trump. Back in April 2018, we reported on record-low 5.9% unemployment for black Americans. That’s the lowest its ever been. Ever. In June 2018, Hispanic-Latino unemployment (ages 16 and up) reached an all-time low of 4.6 percent. The lowest since records were kept. And this isn’t just …

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The Marchand & Molly Show Got Nothing to Say About Record NH Employment

Last month we reported on New Hampshire breaking new ground on both employment and labor participation in May. June was even better. Seasonally adjusted estimates for June 2018 placed the number of employed residents at 735,730, an increase of 2,540 from the previous month and an increase of 9,020 from June 2017. I can’t seem to …

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