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2013 New Mexico Housing Market

Housing Predictor .com offers an exceelnt overview and analysis of the state's housing market:

After surviving a double-dip recession in late 2012 and experiencing the loss of many of its residents, New Mexico is

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‘Living wage’ backers test waters in SF County

Albuquerque Journal reports on the movement for a higher minimum wage in Santa Fe County:

SANTA FE – It’s early, but a movement to increase the minimum wage throughout Santa Fe County may be picki

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NM gains construction jobs, but remains well below peak

Albuquerque Business First reports on the state's construction numbers:

Despite experiencing modest gains in recent months, the number of construction jobs in New Mexico is still sitting at 16,000 below i

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Nine teams ready to go after Startup Weekend

Albuquerque Business First covers the city's Startup Weekend:

The Startup Weekend Albuquerque has wrapped up with nine new teams ready to pitch business ideas.

Overall, 72 people pa

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Solid Job Growth Seen in New Mexico

From HispanicBusiness.com:

New Mexico gained 7,800 jobs between May 2012 and May 2013, and the Albuquerque metropolitan statistical area added 4,400 jobs year-over-year, the state Workforce Solutions Department report

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Trade alliance plans mission to Taiwan

Albuquerque Business First reports on some international trade developments for the Duke City:

The Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Trade Alliance this week announced its first trade trip to Taiwan.

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‘Innovation hub’ could have a split location

The Journal reports on  options to house the proposed innovation hub:

Downtown Albuquerque at Central and Broadway and the Aperture Center at Mesa del Sol are emerging as two prime locations for new &ldq

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NAIOP event will explore future of NM’s retail market

Albuquerque Business First reports on an upcoming event  that explores the are'as retail market possibilities:

The retail sector in the Albuquerque metropolitan area has been a bright spot at a time

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NM Delegation Members Introduce Bill to Strengthen STEM Fields

From Highplains.com comes a report on the efforts by  Congressional delegates from New Mexico on a STEM bill:

WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, along with Reps. Ben Ray Lujn, Michelle Luja

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Albuquerque has strong showing on STEM jobs list

Albuquerque Business First  summarizes  new research from the Brookings Institution on the STEM economy: 

The Albuquerque metropolitan area ranks 34th among the largest U.S. metro areas in the

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