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slides: See Which New England States Will Generate the Most Jobs in 2014

Monday, January 13, 2014

 

The U.S. economy is projected to generate 2.6 million jobs in 2014, according to research from Moody Analytics. The economic forecasting company is predicting an increasing level of job creation nationally in 2014 based around the health care, energy, and high-tech sectors. However, Very few of these new jobs are likely to be found in New England.

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New England, as a region, is expected to trail the pack led by big gains in states to the West, including North Dakota, Arizona, Texas, and Colorado.

 

See the outlooks for each of the New England states in the slides below:

 

Related Slideshow: New England Job Growth Rankings

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6. Maine

Growth Rate: 1.02

National Rank: 49

Jobs Added: 6,112

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5. Vermont

Growth Rate: 1.11

National Rank: 48

Jobs Added: 3,406

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4. Massachusetts

Growth Rate: 1.16

National Rank: 45

Jobs Added: 38,686

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3. New Hampshire

Growth Rate: 1.25

National Rank: 43

Jobs Added: 7,984

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2. Rhode Island

Growth Rate: 1.33

National Rank: 40

Jobs Added: 6,223

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1. Connecticut

Growth Rate: 1.52

National Rank: 31

Jobs Added: 25,079

 
 

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