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Ther paper cover Therapist Occupations in New Hampshire

In 2015, there were more than 5,150 New Hampshire workers in therapy-related occupations. This analysis explores therapist specialties, educational avenues in New Hampshire, and compares the supply pipeline to online job postings.

Therapist Occupations in New Hampshire Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol April 2017

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Industry Staffing Patterns for Occupations in the Information Technology Career Cluster
This infographic illustrates the relationship between occupations in the Information Technology Career Cluster and the industries most commonly employing workers in those occupations. Data are based on the 2014 to 2024 Employment Projections.

IT Cluster Chart Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol October 2016

For similar charts illustrating industry employment for STEM occupations, go to the STEM page at www.nhes.nh.gov/elmi/products/stem.htm

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Health Care Workers in New Hampshire
Health care is important to everyone. But more than just personal health and well-being, the health care industry makes significant contributions to the New Hampshire economy. This report discusses aspects of health care employment, such as employment by age and employment projections for health care workers, as well as information found in online job postings.

Health Care Workers in New Hampshire Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol September 2016

Information Technology Occupations in New Hampshire publications cover

Information Technology Occupations in New Hampshire
Information technology is not a unified industry but is more accurately defined as a group of occupations. This report discusses online job postings for information technology jobs, the employers advertising for these workers, and some of the technological abilities specified in the job ads. The report also looks at the future outlook for information technology occupations.

Information Technology Occupations in New Hampshire Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol September 2016

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Positively Productive
An overview of different aspects of manufacturing employment, such as employment by age and employment projections for production workers. The report also examines differences in online job postings between jobs posted by manufacturing employers and jobs posted for production workers.

Positively Productive Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol June 2016

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The Hospitality Industry Cluster in New Hampshire

An overview of the Hospitality industry cluster in New Hampshire that looks at the statewide hospitality industry, career paths, hospitality by county, and the economic impact of leisure and hospitality in Carroll, Coös, and Belknap Counties.

January 2016 Adobe Acrobat file

 

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