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N. D. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation Jumps   ( 2010-02-16 )
Nearly $80 million in SNAP benefits were distributed to North Dakota participants in fiscal year 2009, which is up 34.2 percent from 2008.
Multiple Job-holding Remains High in N.D.   ( 2010-01-19 )
The reasons for holding multiple jobs are varied and include part-time work, low wages, limited benefits, underemployment and seasonal work, such as agricultural employment.
Tax-deductible Charitable Giving Is Up in N.D.   ( 2009-12-15 )
Individual federal income tax returns with contributions as itemized deductions showed contributions averaging $4,316 per return in 2007, a 4 percent increase from $4,148 in 2006.
N.D. Has Large Proportion of Out-of-state, First-year College Students   ( 2009-11-18 )
Net in-migration indicates that North Dakota brought in 25 percent more first-year students to its colleges and universities than it could have generated from North Dakota resident first-year students.
Uninsured Children in N.D. Could Fill Stadium to Capacity   ( 2009-10-20 )
The majority of North Dakota children have health insurance coverage, but 8.7 percent do not.
Western N.D. Counties Have Net Taxable Income Growth   ( 2009-09-15 )
North Dakota’s general trend of out-migration has produced long-term economic consequences.
N. D. 7th Largest Oil Producer in Nation   ( 2009-08-18 )
Since 2004, crude oil production in North Dakota has grown an average of 16.9 percent per year.
Authorized N.D. Housing Unit Numbers, Value Down   ( 2009-06-18 )
North Dakota’s housing market is showing a slowdown similar to the national market with successive declines in newly authorized homes since 2006.
Personal Transfer Receipts Represent Significant Segment of N.D. Economy   ( 2009-05-21 )
 
North Dakota Bankruptcy Cases Up in 2008   ( 2009-04-16 )
North Dakota’s trend in bankruptcy filings has closely followed the national pattern of change.
Food Assistance Increases in North Dakota   ( 2009-02-19 )
More than $59 million in SNAP benefits were distributed to North Dakota participants in fiscal year 2008.
Multiple Job Holding Remains High in North Dakota   ( 2009-01-22 )
In 2007, N.D. had 8.7 percent of employed residents working more than one job.
Tax Deductible Charitable Giving Up Again in 2006 in N.D.   ( 2008-12-18 )
For North Dakota, individual federal income tax returns with contributions as itemized deductions showed contributions averaging $4,148 per return in 2006.
Inmigration in Western N.D. Counties Boosts Taxable Income   ( 2008-11-20 )
North Dakota’s general trend of out-migration has produced long-term economic consequences.
Aging Baby Boomers Will Have Significant Impact on Medicare Enrollment   ( 2008-10-16 )
Population projections for North Dakota indicate that the number of people age 65 and older will grow significantly by 2020.
North Dakota 9th Largest Oil Producer in U.S.   ( 2008-08-21 )
North Dakota’s total oil production in 2007 of approximately 45 million barrels comprised 2.4 percent of the nation’s total production.
Number and Value of N.D. Housing Units Down in 2007   ( 2008-06-19 )
The overall decline in newly authorized housing units in North Dakota between 2006 and 2007 was largely the result of 103 fewer single-family homes authorized for construction.
Growth in North Dakota Personal Income Outpaces Inflation   ( 2008-05-22 )
Even after adjusting for inflation, North Dakota’s personal income increased by 3.8 percent between 2006 and 2007.
Personal Transfer Receipts Continue to Represent Significant Segment of N.D’s Economy   ( 2008-04-24 )
North Dakota residents received $3.41 billion in personal transfer receipts in 2006, an 8.7 percent increase from $3.14 billion in 2005.
Number of Food Stamp Recipients in North Dakota Increased in 2007   ( 2008-03-20 )
Nearly $52 million in food stamp benefits were distributed to North Dakota participants in fiscal year 2007.

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