How the Great Recession reset is changing employment in the Tri-Cities
Between 2008 and 2012 the Tri-Cities economy reset to an era defined by high unemployment and higher underemployment as service sector and part-time jobs replaced losses in manufacturing and construction jobs. At the same time employers added high-skills jobs …Read More
Great Restructuring takes a bite out of most Tri-Cities’ family household income
Census data released late last month offer some insight on how the Great Restructuring is remolding the Tri-Cities’ economic fabric.. …Read More
Tri-Cities new home construction goes for status quo in August
.... According to Census Bureau reports, last month’s new residential permits in the seven-county Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol Consolidated Statistical Area came in just below the total from August last year and barely ahead of what it was in August 2011. …Read More
According to Census Bureau reports, last month’s new residential permits in the seven-county Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol Consolidated Statistical Area came in just below the total from August last year and barely ahead of what it was in August 2011. …Read More
Insurance in an ACA World: Improving the Change
If you’ve listened to the debate over the Affordable Care Act, especially in the days and weeks that led into the government shutdown of Oct.1….read more
Marshall on the Markets
Marshall Acuff, the former chief market strategist at Smith Barney, now chair of Cary Street Partners’ Investment Committee, ….read more
From the Editor: Humblebrags
When I sat down with Michael Warren, president and CEO of Building Security ….read more
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