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by Eric Reinhardt
Date: 6/20/2013 at 17:10:10
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New York’s unemployment rate fell to 7.6 percent in May from 7.8 percent in April, hitting its lowest level since February 2009. That’s according to preliminary figures the New York State Department of Labor released today.
The number of unemployed residents statewide declined by 18,300 to 729,800, the department reported.
ConMed profit, sales fall in first quarter
SUNY Oswego names new dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
St. Joseph’s “restructuring” eliminates 26 positions
First Niagara’s 1st quarter profit falls 13 percent on branch closures
SUNY Cortland confirms New York Jets will hold 2014 training camp there
Allegiant to offer flights from Syracuse to Myrtle Beach beginning in late May
Lockheed Martin announces 600 more layoffs companywide
New York’s initial jobless claims fall to lowest level of the year
Otis Technology founder Garrett steps down from top job, Puzzuoli named new CEO
Kinney Drugs formally opens in-store health clinic
Lockheed Martin cuts 114 jobs in Salina, 25 in Owego
Former Big M store in Watertown reopens as Tops
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