Economic activity and growth are concentrated in the state's largest metropolitan areas. The Perryman Group's latest long-term projections are highlighted in this issue.
Throughout the pandemic recovery, Texas has been leading the way. With growth in key industries, this pattern is likely to continue.
Texas continues to lead the way in economic growth, with most of the expansion occurring in the largest population centers. This issue of The Perryman Report & Texas Letter highlights the five-year economic forecast for the state's metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs).
Texas is leading the way in generating jobs and opportunities. Even with the challenges facing the US and global economies, the upward trend is projected to continue. Highlights of The Perryman Group's latest five-year outlook are summarized in this issue.
Although the US economy is facing notable challenges and it may be a bumpy ride, The Perryman Group's latest forecast calls for growth over the next five years. Key patterns affecting future performance are described in this issue.
Although there are challenges to be dealt with, the Texas economy is expected to see long-term growth at a rate outpacing most parts of the United States. This issue highlights The Perryman Group's latest long-term forecast for the state.
While the pace has slowed from the surge as conditions improved from the pandemic, the US economy has been experiencing job gains and other signs of growth. However, challenges are intensifying. The long-term outlook calls for expansion, though the risk of below-trend growth in the near term remains.
This issue of The Perryman Report & Texas Letter highlights the five-year economic forecast for the state's metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). Despite recent fluctuations, the forecast for the major MSAs all point to continued growth.
The Texas economy is now more than 200,000 jobs above prepandemic levels and continues to expand at a notable pace. Despite challenges, the upward trend is projected to continue. Highlights of The Perryman Group's latest five-year outlook are summarized in this issue.
Though pandemic effects may linger for a while, the long-term outlook for Texas metropolitan statistical areas is decidedly positive. In this issue, results from The Perryman Group's most recent long-term forecasts for these population centers are highlighted.