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The Columbian
Clark County fee waivers analyzedClark County’s employment gains outpace metro-area averages, according to regio
Clark County fee waivers analyzed
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
Clark County’s employment gains outpace metro-area averages, according to regional economist Scott Bailey with the state Employment Security Department. But it’s unclear what impact, if any, the fee waiver had in attracting new business and jobs... Read more
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Everett Herald
Master Marine offering new boat lines in Mount VernonConservation District and the fairgrounds. Snohomish County unemployment rate
Master Marine offering new boat lines in Mount Vernon
Everett Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Conservation District and the fairgrounds. Snohomish County unemployment rate remains one of lowest in stateThe state Employment Security Department reported that Snohomish County's unemployment rate for April 2016 was 4.4 percent, and... Read more
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The Columbian
Clark County reports strong May jobs performancegood for Clark County’s economy. “It’s good news across the board,” said regio
Clark County reports strong May jobs performance
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
good for Clark County’s economy. “It’s good news across the board,” said regional economist Scott Bailey with the state Employment Security Department. The department reported Tuesday that the county added 300 jobs, seasonally adjusted, and saw... Read more
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The Columbian
Affordable housing slipping away from median household incomesince the late 1990s. “You need to get (unemployment) low and keep it really l
Affordable housing slipping away from median household income
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
since the late 1990s. “You need to get (unemployment) low and keep it really low,” said Bailey, who works for the state Employment Security Department. “Based on comments by the Federal Reserve Board, they are pretty eager to raise interest... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Business services sector adds jobs as unemployment rate holds steadyremains at 5.8 percent for the sixth month in a row, despite adding 8,700 jobs
Business services sector adds jobs as unemployment rate holds steady
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 15 days ago
remains at 5.8 percent for the sixth month in a row, despite adding 8,700 jobs from April to May, according to the state’s Employment Security Department (ESD). The state released the seasonally adjusted, preliminary jobs estimates from the... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percent8,700 jobs last month and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent. In
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percent
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 15 days ago
8,700 jobs last month and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent. In numbers released Wednesday by the state Employment Security Department, officials said the May jobless rate matches April's numbers. The national unemployment rate... Read more
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The Columbian
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percent8,700 jobs last month and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent. In
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percent
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
8,700 jobs last month and the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent. In numbers released Wednesday by the state Employment Security Department, officials said the May jobless rate matches April’s numbers. The national unemployment rate... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percentIn numbers released Wednesday by the state Employment Security Department, offi
Washington jobless rate holds steady at 5.8 percent
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 15 days ago
In numbers released Wednesday by the state Employment Security Department, officials said the May jobless rate matches April’s numbers. The national unemployment rate for May was 4.7 percent. Officials said that during the one-year period ending in... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle, statewide jobless rates holds steady in Mayfive months and 0.2 percent higher than its rate in May of last year, according
Seattle, statewide jobless rates holds steady in May
The Seattle Times / Posted 15 days ago
five months and 0.2 percent higher than its rate in May of last year, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the Employment Security Department,. The Seattle-Bellevue-Everett metro area’s unemployment rate was also unchanged in May at... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Halfway through 2016, local economy continues upward% Trade, transportation: 28,100 3.7 % Professional-business services: 18,600
Halfway through 2016, local economy continues upward
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 21 days ago
% Trade, transportation: 28,100 3.7 % Professional-business services: 18,600 3.9 % Educations-health services: 25,300 2.0 % Government-education: 25,100 2.4 % Manufacturing 13,100 1.6 % SOURCE: Washington Employment Security Department comme... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Boeing to lay off 211 workers in Washington state, agency sayscompany said last week it would eliminate an unspecified number of IT workers t
Boeing to lay off 211 workers in Washington state, agency says
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 29 days ago
company said last week it would eliminate an unspecified number of IT workers through involuntary layoffs. The state Employment Security Department said late Wednesday that it had received notice of 211 layoffs planned by the company. Boeing... Read more
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South Sound Business Examiner
Olympic Panel Products closing soon with 217 layoffsBryan The long awaited news that Olympic Panel Products in Shelton would be cl
Olympic Panel Products closing soon with 217 layoffs
South Sound Business Examiner / Posted 30 days ago
Bryan The long awaited news that Olympic Panel Products in Shelton would be closing down has finally come. The State Employment Security Department released a layoff notice the 217 employees will be out of work starting on July 22. The news... Read more

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