Not plain state, but those in the Plains.
"With a wealth of jobs and too few people to fill them, the Plains states are among the rare pockets in the nation on a hiring binge.
North Dakota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, plus the western state of Utah are the top five states for job creation so far this year, according to a recent Gallup survey of more than 100,000 U.S. workers."
The middle of the country. They have lots of jobs and not enough employees to fill them.
Now that's good news and not emphasized enough on the news.
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We can always use good news - this is wonderful! Thank you for sharing. We need to connect more people to the jobs. The work at job industry I believe is still young and has a long way to grow and mature. The problem is distinguishing the real jobs from the commission only jobs. I wish there was stipulations to help job seekers to readily distinguish. It is amazing with our technology we really haven't advanced in getting people the jobs that they need. This information is critical - thank you again for sharing.
If they would pay expenses for some people to move out there they might get people to work for them. Some unemployed cannot afford to move.
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