Legislative Interim Job Council
The Interim Jobs Council of the 2013 New Mexico Legislature was formed to:
- Develop a framework for identifying job-creation priorities;
- Ascertain: (1) the estimated number of jobs that would have to be created in order to return to pre-recession employment levels; (2) the economic sectors those jobs could come from; and (3) the regions in the state where they would likely be created; and
- Provide bipartisan consensus on legislative measures that could "move the needle" on job-creation in the next five to seven years.
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