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Moving from one state to another within the United States has decline over the past 20 years, and this may have implications for the North Carolina economy and population.
Just in time for your Monday mid-morning coffee break, here is a brief review of local and regional news from the Tar Heel State: Wilmington struggles to grow good jobs. . . Consolidation in the banking industry impacts Charlotte’s status as a banking hub. . . Venture capital investment in tech firms outpaces life science firms in North Carolina. . . NC mayors meet in Greeneville to discuss the urban-rural divide.
North Carolina's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased 0.2 of a percentage point to 4.7 percent from March’s revised rate of 4.9 percent.
Just in time for your Monday mid-morning coffee break, here is a brief review of local and regional news from the Tar Heel State: North Carolina takes top honors in a recent economic development ranking. . . An explanation for why unemployment rates vary by county. . . Employer-led workforce development in Johnston County.
Just in time for your Monday mid-morning coffee break, here is a brief review of local and regional news from the Tar Heel State: Economic development challenges and opportunities in Haywood County. . . An update on labor market conditions in Pitt County.
In March, not seasonally adjusted unemployment rates decreased in 98 of North Carolina's 100 counties.
Just in time for your Monday mid-morning coffee break, here is a brief review of local and regional news from the Tar Heel State: Eastern NC towns struggle to recover from Hurricane Matthew. . . Western NC pursues craft-based tourism and economic development. . . The latest from Charlotte’s building boom.
North Carolina's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased 0.2 of a percentage point to 4.9 percent from February’s revised rate of 5.1 percent.
  • 21 April 2017
  • Author: Brett Dyson
  • Number of views: 163
Just in time for your Monday mid-morning coffee break, here is a brief review of local and regional news from the Tar Heel State: Why it’s so hard to get ahead in Charlotte. . . Hoping for new economic development deals after the HB2 repeal. . . 1.8 million square feet of office space under construction in Charlotte.
  • 10 April 2017
  • Author: Brett Dyson
  • Number of views: 681
In February, not seasonally adjusted unemployment rates decreased in all of North Carolina's 100 counties.
  • 5 April 2017
  • Author: Brett Dyson
  • Number of views: 1031
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