Both large and smaller metropolitan areas are all on track to experience notable employment growth over the long term. The Perryman Group's latest long-term economic forecast findings are summarized in this issue of The Perryman Report & Texas Letter.
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.
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.
This issue of The Perryman Report & Texas Letter highlights the five-year economic forecast for the state's metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). Expansion is projected for all, but the pace of growth will vary notably.
The seven largest metropolitan areas in Texas drive the overall pace of growth, accounting for nearly eight of every 10 net new jobs. Looking ahead over a long-term forecast horizon (through 2050), this pattern appears likely to persist. Let's take a brief tour of the highlights of our latest projections.