Associate Prof. Tom Nesslein, Urban and Regional Studies (Economics) lent his expertise Monday (March 10) to a WHBY Radio story on some improving job news for the state. Department of Workforce Development figures show the number of companies closing or laying off workers was at its lowest point in at least a decade last year, according to the report. Nesslein said this year is off to a rougher start, but it’s too soon to worry about less-than-ideal numbers. Read a short print version of the story.
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