Economy Newsletter

June 2015

race-ing to a budget hole?

Predicting what tomorrow’s job market will look like is complicated to say the least, especially if we try and look ten or more years out.

But, there are some things we know for certain. Without question, our labor force will look drastically different years from now than it does today. The United States public school student population – our future labor force – is already approximately evenly divided between white and minority students, and will be majority-minority by a ten point margin in just seven years.
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JOB FOR WHOM?

May 2015

INNOVATING OUR WAY TO JOB GROWTH

April 2015

Public Confidence in Corporations: Demographics Matter

March 2015

Future NC Job Growth: Troubles Ahead?

February 2015

FORECASTING NORTH CAROLINA’S LONG-TERM ECONOMIC FUTURE

January 2015

STATEN ISLAND, FERGUSON, AND NORTH CAROLINA’S ECONOMIC FUTURE

December 2014

Election 2014 – Change for NC?

November 2014

The Challenging Shift to an Urban Economy

October 2014

DOES NC RANK 49TH IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP?

September 2014

Is Poverty Relevant to N.C.’s Economy?

August 2014

NC EXPORTS & THE GOVERNMENT SUPPORTS

July 2014

TAXING A PRIVILEGE OR REGULATING ACTIVITY?

June 2014

STICKING WITH THE OLD NORTH STATE

May 2014

SCIENCE AND NC’S ECONOMY

April 2014

student loan bubble?

March 2014

winter blues

February 2014

following migrations

January 2014

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