Mass. jobless rate drops to prerecession level
Boston Globe - 06/18/2015
Massachusetts employers, meanwhile, added 7,400 jobs in May, the ninth consecutive month of payroll gains for the state. During the past year, the state’s economy has created more than 70,000 jobs, the strongest job growth since the dot-com boom at the beginning of the century.
“Another month, another good employment report,” said Alan Clayton-Matthews, a Northeastern University economics professor. “This state is growing robustly.”