Recent data indicates workers are satisfied with their jobs at a rate Dr. Perryman hasn’t seen in a long time.
Dr. Perryman has crunched the numbers and concluded recent hurricane damage to the economy could approach a quarter of a trillion dollars.
Word from Apple that a new device to mark the smartphone’s tenth anniversary will soon be available signals the tech giant is headed into the next generation.
Dr. Perryman weighs in on news from the Census Bureau that median US household income hit an all time high last year, $59,039.
Dr. Perryman says state leaders deserve credit for working to support Hurricane Harvey victims. What they haven’t done is provide funding to make that happen.
Amazon’s announcement that it is looking for a site to host a second headquarters has several Texas cities bidding for the 50,000 jobs it will mean. Dr. Perryman says economic incentives will be key.
Many wonder what the economy of the Gulf Coast will look like after the region is rebuilt. Dr. Perryman gets out his crystal ball.
How fast the process of rebuilding Southeast Texas can get up and running will depend on the pool of qualified construction workers.
Dr. Perryman says President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program could have dire consequences for the economy.
Dr. Perryman’s team estimates that Hurricane Harvey could reduce gross domestic product by $145 billion over several years.