CONCORD – New Hampshire House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued a statement following review of the Unemployment News Release for June 2018 issued by the Department of Employment Security.
The report states, in part, “…estimates for June 2018 placed the number of employed residents at 735,730, an increase of 2,540 from the previous month and an increase of 9,020 from June 2017.”
“New Hampshire’s economy continues to produce jobs and continued good news. There is no doubt in my mind that stability, sustainability, and growth in our economy is helped along by good stewardship and proactive measures from our state’s elected leaders,” Hinch said. “Let’s face it, businesses are making investments and hiring more workers here because they have faith that the governor and the legislature will continue to produce sound policy with regard to taxes, regulation, education, infrastructure, and health. We have a strong list of accomplishments from the last two years as a unified Republican state government, and we look forward to having another two years to continue our work to make New Hampshire an even better place to live, work, raise a family, and do business,” Hinch concluded.