For years, social scientists have been working to better understand why individuals in some communities are more likely to climb out of poverty than in others. Researchers have studied a wide variety of potential factors, including early childhood health interventions, elementary school improvements, and job training programs. According to innovative work by the research group
As of June 2022, Cheshire County has seen growth in employment rates (when compared to January 2020) exceeding all other counties in NH. This insight comes from the Opportunity Insights Economic Tracker, available at www.tracktherecovery.org, which combines anonymized data from leading private companies – from credit card processors to payroll
Understanding local workforce needs and trends is an ever-present challenge for educators, employers, and policy makers but one that is critical to understanding the long-term health of a region’s economy. This challenge has been amplified by the initial shock and subsequent persistence of
Recent gains represent a shift from previous years.