Should New Hampshire spend more unemployment tax revenue to expand workplace development and training programs?

Jan 16, 2018

Senator Dan Feltes (D-Concord) is the primary sponsor of SB 567, a bill that would expand job training programs offered by the Department of Business and Economic Affairs.

New Hampshire's Job Training Fund

The current training fund budget consists of $2 million of funding paid for by employers with a portion of unemployment taxes. SB 567 would increase the portion of unemployment taxes that goes to job training, providing an additional $4 million to the training fund.

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