Changes From Total Labor Force359,800359,800360,0000-200 Employment338,800339,300338,400-500400 Unemployment21,10020,50021,600600-500 Rate (%)5.95.76.00.2-0.1Vermont’s labor force, employment and unemployment statistics are produced from a combination of a Statewide survey of households and statistical modeling. The data are produced by the Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program (LAUS) a cooperative program with the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Vermont Department of Labor. There were 572 new regular benefit claims for Unemployment Insurance last week. This is a decrease of 36 from the week before, as new claims fell for the thrid consecutive week following a two-week spike in claims resulting from Tropical Storm Irene. The week prior to the storm saw a seasonal low of fewer than 500 claims. Altogether 5,787 new and continuing claims were filed, a decrease of 194 from a week ago and 1,475 fewer than a year earlier. The Department also processed 1,412 First Tier claims for benefits under Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 2008 (EUC08), 31 fewer than a week ago. In addition, there were 722 Second Tier claims for benefits processed under the EUC08 program, which is 5 fewer than the week before. The Unemployment Weekly Report can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/(link is external). Previously released Unemployment Weekly Reports and other UI reports can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/lmipub.htm#uc(link is external) Vermont’s unemployment rate increased two-tenths in August to 5.9 percent. See story HERE. August2011July2011August2010July2011August2010 Vermont Labor Force Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted)
Original period detail throughout the 21 Rossmore Ave, house includes leadlight windows.“But I think it is perfectly liveable and anything you do with the home will add to the value because of its location.” Welcome home! This 29 Lilley St, Hendra property could be yours on Saturday.He has a home at 29 Lilley St, Hendra set to go under the hammer, and it’s already received a pre-auction offer. The four bedroom house has a pre-registered bidder with two to three interested parties for the auction that starts at 10am on Saturday. Everything a modern entertainer should be: spacious, relaxing, with room for a creative cook.The home which sits on a 407sq m was attracting interest from families, though Mr Ferguson said it would suit a double income no kids couple as well.“The bedroom configuration is good for families with large living areas,’’ he said. When you have to sleep, why not do it here in style! A large recreation area downstairs leads out to an outdoor area with inground pool.“It offers everything that they need, they built it. There is so much emotional attachment to it.“But they’ve raised their children and they don’t need all this space so they are downsizing.” An entertainer and family home is waiting at 29 Lilley St, HendraQUEENSLAND’S rail history is a strong theme running through some of the best homes going under the hammer this weekend. According to a list by realestate.com.au, there are 72 homes going under the hammer in Greater Brisbane this Saturday and one on Sunday. One of those that’s already drumming up excitement is in Hendra — a suburb named after a railway station in the late 1800s.“That Hendra location has been a real mover in the market over the last few years, especially since the Ascot Shopping Centre has been built there,’’ according to Ray White Ascot principal Dwight Ferguson. This 800sq m block at 16 Hartz Court, Parkinson, is also low maintenance for the busy family.Place Sunnybank agent Jason Song who has had a long relationship with the sellers of Hartz Court said it was being sold for the first time.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“The owners took three years to make the decision to put it on the market,’’ Mr Song said. “It also has that real cool contemporary design internally.“The pool is built into the view from the entire living room.” SEE BRISBANE’S SUNDAY AUCTION LIST It will be hard to run out of bench space in this kitchen.There are four expressions of interest on the four-bedroom house with one party visiting the house four times for inspection.It has separate living areas, a study and two and a half bathrooms to suit large families. Eat, play and work at home with separate areas for each activity.“It’s been well maintained over the years,’’ he said. “You walk in and love it straight away.“There’s a huge master bedroom and an outdoor area that is 90sq m of covered patio area with a designer swimming pool.” SEE THE FULL LIST OF BRISBANE AUCTIONS Built in 1928, this 21 Rossmore Ave, Coorparoo house is on the market for the first time.Less than 40 years later, this original Queenslander at 21 Rossmore Ave was built and it has been in the same family for the 90 years since. Untouched for 90 years, the home is a piece of history with wide hardwood timber flooring.The house even comes with the original blueprints, which are literally blue.Belle Property Coorparoo agent Amanda Becke said 50 groups had seen the house with families and young couples most interested. The historic house is on a 607sq m block.“Because of the shape of the block developers aren’t looking at it. I think it will definitely be in the price bracket for a first homebuyer,’’ Ms Becke said.“Interest has been good but we haven’t been inundated. It is in original condition so it definitely is in need of some polished floors and painting throughout. Relax in 90sq m of covered patio area out the back.At 12.30pm the gavel moves to Coorparoo, 4km southeast of the Brisbane CBD, a suburb connected to Hendra by the Cleveland rail line which was extended past Coorparoo in the late 1800s to help defend the city at Fort Lytton. SEE BRISBANE’S SATURDAY AUCTION LIST A mini walk-in pantry is an original inclusion in the kitchen.“This house has seen a lot happen in the area. The lady who owned it was an avid gardener.“It has an old laundry chute from the third bedroom to the laundry, an antique built-in ironing board and a walk-in pantry.” >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< We love this aquatic touch, bringing the pool into the house via lowset windows that stretch along the side of the house.Another generating interest was a property in a suburb named after railway engineer Henry Parkinson who worked on the Brisbane-Sydney rail line that runs through the area.Auctioneer Mark Frater will invite bidding to start at 11.30am at 16 Hartz Court, Parkinson.
Seamus Power starts just before three.Having moved to America at a young age Power is glad to be back around his Irish teammates and those who have followed him throughout his career.