Good afternoon! As usual, we’ve got this week’s roundup of our top five posts. This week, they spanned a number of economic themes:
- How State Budget Cuts Hit Nursing For Sick Kids: NHPR’s Dan Gorenstein takes us inside the state’s process of evaluating how much Medicaid-funded nursing assistance New Hampshire’s most disabled kids get.
- Charting NH’s Incredible Shrinking Government: Over the course of two fiscal years, the state shed more than 4,200 full- and part-time government jobs. We use state numbers to chart the changes and break down key points in the data.
- Why A Business Magazine Named SNHU One Of World’s Most Innovative Companies: One of our most popular posts over the past several weeks, we look at why Fast Company put SNHU’s innovations up with companies like Google, Twitter, and Facebook.
- Why Gen Y’s (Slowly) Reconsidering Factory Work: Our slideshow tells the stories of why, after years of hearing about manufacturing’s decline, some students at Nashua Community College decided to put their faith in this resurgent sector.
- Nine Essential Takeaways From The Fed’s Report On Foreclosure Prevention: We call this one “an oldie, but a goodie.” One of our most popular posts ever, we take a closer look at the states that are–and aren’t–effectively keeping people in their homes.