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8, 2016 Some find optimism in falling pheasant numbers Pheasant hunting in South Dakota is changing, which makes a drop in pheasant numbers this year all the more alarming. The state Game, Fish and Parks Department recently released its annual pheasant brood survey report. It showed a 20 percent decrease in the statewide pheasants-per-mile index from 2015. More importantly, the 2016 numbers are 41 percent below the 10-year index average, according to the survey. There were notable decreases in the Aberdeen area. But the state GFP and those on the front lines of the pheasant industry will again say, We still are going to have a good season. With good reason: Pheasant hunting has turned from a South Dakota tradition to a tourist economy. From the states perspective, it is imperative that a good-news spin is put on this less-than-good news. It is hard to argue that our South Dakota pheasant culture isnt changing: – It is becoming a rich persons game. Hunting lodges are becoming the norm. Finding a landowner who will let you hunt on land for free seems to be more and more rare. – It is becoming more of an event for out-of-staters.
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rate of 4.9 percent after lagging the national rate for 43 months. That, combined with Ohios projected job growth of 178,000 annually through 2022, provided a reason to focus on the cities within the state, WalletHub said. Among the metrics measured, Toledo ranked 42nd among 145 in job opportunities, 13th in employment growth, 44th in monthly median starting salary, 113th in unemployment rate for high school graduates, 128th in unemployment rate for residents with at least a bachelors degree, 98th in industry variety, 127th in full time employment, 125th in percentage of work force living under poverty line, and 118th in percentage of people with disabilities employed. Also in the study, Toledo was 125th in median annual income, 20th in work and commute time, 125th in percentage of workers with health benefits, 94th in housing affordability, 21st in annual transportation costs, 120th in crime rate, and 64th in social life (cafe and nightlife options per capita). Rhonda Hogrefe, adult education supervisor for Penta Career Center, in Perrysburg Township, was interviewed by WalletHub and became part of a panel of experts the website provided with the study. But she said she was asked to discuss job opportunities in northwest Ohio but not told the nature of the study. Ms. Hogrefe said Penta wouldnt advise students to job hunt in specific cities based on rankings because we have a lot of employers with great jobs looking to be filled all across northwest Ohio. Michael Veh, Lucas Countys director of business and work force services, said that comparing big and small cities for job opportunities is comparing apples and oranges, faulting the premise of the WalletHub report. Just looking at Toledo, theres a lot of stuff that shows this is a really good time here for job seekers.
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