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Bryant school will train students for science, business sides of health

BRAD CROUGH doesn’t bat an eye at the prospect of sorting through a dizzying tranche of numbers. A skilled coder with degrees in accounting and...

R.I. February jobless rate 4th highest in New England

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island had the fourth-highest unemployment rate in New England in February at 3.9%, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau...

Holdouts may be returning to the workforce

The U.S. economy surprised analysts by adding 467,000 jobs in January, overcoming concerns about the COVID-19 omicron variant and continuing a long streak of...

Providence ranked 8th-worst startup city in U.S.

PROVIDENCE – Providence was ranked the eighth-worst startup city in the U.S., according to recent data compiled by Clever Real Estate. Data showed Providence has...

Inflation inequality is a thing, and it’s getting worse

The fastest rate of inflation in 40 years is hurting families across the U.S. who are seeing ever-higher prices for everything from meat and...

Local compensation costs rise 3.7% Y/Y in Sept.

PROVIDENCE – Compensation costs in the Boston-Worcester-Providence combined statistical area increased 3.7% year over year in September, slower than the national growth rate of...

R.I.’s September unemployment rate tied for 2nd highest in N.E.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island tied for the second highest unemployment rate in New England in September at 5.2%, according data released by the U.S....

Inflation rises 5.4% from year ago, matching 13-year high

WASHINGTON (AP) – Another surge in consumer prices in September sent inflation to 5.4% from a year ago, matching the highest such rate since...

R.I. still has 2nd-highest jobless rate in region despite sharp Y/Y...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island continued to have the second-highest unemployment rate in New England in August at 5.8%, higher than the national rate of...

Northeast consumer prices rise 4.4% Y/Y in Aug.

PROVIDENCE – Consumer prices in the Northeast rose 4.4% year over year in August, slower than the national rate of 5.3%, the Bureau of...
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