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Mon November 18, 2013
How We Work: Five Years Later, A Look At The Numbers
We kick off our weeklong series called “ How We Work: Five Years Later” by crunching the numbers: looking at where we were, how well the state has recovered so far, and how New Hampshire might want to position itself to respond to future workforce needs.
- Brian Gottlob - Head of PolEcon Research, a firm with a focus on economic and public policy issues
Steve Norton – Executive Director for the NH Center for Public Policy Studies
- Jim Roche – President of the NH Business & Industry Association. Just today, the BIA released its strategic economic plan for New Hampshire