Since late 2012 little has been written, or even discussed, about the Sequester’s affects on economic conditions. But no discussion is necessary to see the affects on employment in some markets, while others appear to have been untouched.
Posted on: Friday, November 15, 2013
From dead-and-buried to rising to near the front of the pack, California’s Central Valley lead GDP growth during the three year period ending in 2011 – behind only San Jose and Oxnard.
Posted on: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Employment growth attractively contradicts national numbers in a few select markets. Among Pierce-Eislen’s 54 markets, 2012 employment growth exceeded 2.0% in 19 markets.
Posted on: Monday, February 18, 2013