2015 Idaho Assets and Opportunity Scorecard Released

Idaho 2016 scorecardNew Report Shows Low-Wage Jobs Define Economic Landscape in Idaho

Gem State also ranks low for college completion and last nationally in early education

Excerpt: “We are pleased that Idaho ranks so well when it comes to business and jobs, however we still have much work to do when it comes to raising incomes so that our workers are paid a living wage. Idaho continues to lag behind the rest of the nation when it comes to income from work and this compounds the issue of financial security when families are just struggling to pay basic expenses,” said Jessica Sotelo, Executive Director of Partners for Prosperity.

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Check out the Idaho Scorecard online

Read the Idaho Scorecard Press Release

New Report Shows Many Idaho Residents Struggling toPress conference photo
Achieve Financial Security
Lack of Well-paying Jobs, Low Health Insurance Rates Highlight
Need for Comprehensive Public Policy Response

Excerpt: “Idaho needs to develop programs that address the problem of low-paying jobs, barriers to health care and other obstacles that prevent too many people from building a better future for themselves and their families – and contributing to the long-term economic health of our state.” – Jessica Sotelo


Governor Otter Declares April Financial Literacy Month

state seal“The quality of every Idahoan’s life is dramatically affected by how you manage your money. Financial education is a key to providing Idahoans the tools to achieve a better financial life. I encourage every Idahoan to take advantage of the great free resources available during the month to learn about the wise use of credit, the basics of saving and investing, home ownership preservation, and the pitfalls associated with financial fraud.” – Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter