County Employment & Wage data for 347 largest US counties through 2Q '17; Cumberland County jobs up 1.9% through 12 month period, wages up 0.9% in same period.https://t.co/lZopSD9iML — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) December 29, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl December 29, 2017 at 10:35AM via IFTTT

New England region has highest average hourly pay & 2nd highest total compensation costs across 9 US regions.https://t.co/7eMfJdxwE6 — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) December 29, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl December 29, 2017 at 09:30AM via IFTTT

And @ 3.3% unemployment, we have a grand total of 23,000 "possible" additional members of our workforce; hard to convince a major business to locate (stay?) in ME with such a dearth of employees. #GrowMELaborForce https://t.co/VyUUiye0f4 — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) December 26, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl December 26, 2017 at 03:35PM via IFTTT

With 619,000 employed, Maine is the 9th smallest State economy as measured by employment; and with https://t.co/r544cCYhnC — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) December 26, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl December 26, 2017 at 03:30PM via IFTTT

This might be a piece of the puzzle as to why in a time of very low unemployment, earnings aren't increasing…Q2 productivity climbs to a respectable 3% growth rate.https://t.co/xSf435sFGN — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 29, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 29, 2017 at 01:20PM via IFTTT

Speaking of low unemployment…ME's 3 metros all show unemployment rate declines in SEP '17; Bangor down 0.3 pts to 3.1%, L/A down 0.3 pts to 2.9%, Portland down 0.2 pts to 2.5%; hard to find workers at those levels.https://t.co/k1JGGEynQE — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 29, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 29, 2017 at 11:45AM […]

Real weekly earnings up 0.4% for 12 months ending OCT'17, avg. hours show no change over same period; seems strange with unemployment so low.https://t.co/Qc28z77neu — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 29, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 29, 2017 at 10:35AM via IFTTT

OCT Jobs Rpt. graphs; it came down a lot in OCT, but why are there are so many not in Labor Force who want a job?https://t.co/dq8gAWbdcK — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 3, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 03, 2017 at 10:15AM via IFTTT

OCT Jobs Rpt: payrolls up 261k, ~ expectations due to storm recovery; Participation down 0.4%, reversing YTD gains.https://t.co/b8d1F8TP8d — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 3, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 03, 2017 at 09:10AM via IFTTT

This isn't the direction we need our workforce to be trending in. Arghh (again)!#GrowMELaborForcehttps://t.co/Glu7OADzTl — Rock Coast Personnel (@RockCoastPsnl) November 1, 2017 from Twitter https://twitter.com/RockCoastPsnl November 01, 2017 at 04:35PM via IFTTT