This past year has been a wild ride - full of peaks and valleys, with good news, bad news, and not a lot of calm and predictable in between. Let's take a quick look back at 2022 and its implications for the economy and its future performance
Dr. Perryman speaks on the impact of allowing for this export on the US and global economies as well as geopolitical stability.
Our latest projections indicate that both large and small Texas metropolitan areas are on track to experience notable employment growth over a long-term forecast horizon. While temporary fluctuations are inevitable, the population centers of the state are well-positioned for expansion over an extensive period.
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.
Despite incessant headwinds, the Texas economy has been performing quite well, regaining ground lost during the COVID-19 shutdowns and then some. In fact, the increase in Texas jobs between February 2020 (just before the pandemic) and October 2022 represents more than 80% of the net gain in the entire country. While the state is well positioned to remain formidable, there are daunting challenges. Let's take a brief gaze into the long-term horizon.