Feature article on the Maine economy. Maine has slipped from 25th to 37th in th
Feature article on the Maine economy. Maine has slipped from 25th to 37th in the nation since the 1980s in terms of per capita income, and its gross state product is growing at a two-percent annual rate, compared to the national growth rate of 3.7 percent. Profiles of teacher Sandy Turgeon of Augusta; Fern Nadeau of Van Buren, who works for CARE Development Services; Letitia Thomas, a customer advocate for MBNA in Belfast; and Lou Cullens, 48, of Windham, who lost his job at S.D. Warren in Westbrook. With comments about the state's economy from Hadley Smith of Palmyra, State Planning Office Director Evan Richert, Charles Colgan of the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service at and others. Statistics on the state's largest employers and employment by industry.
Beem, Edgar Allen, "Feature article on the Maine economy. Maine has slipped from 25th to 37th in th" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 6196.
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