What will work look like after the pandemic?
Radio Spot Broadcast via Texas State Networks on February 08, 2021

COVID-19 has undoubtedly changed the way the working world operates. Dr. Perryman explains what the lasting effects will be. 

What is the role of immigration in the workforce?
Radio Spot Broadcast via Texas State Networks on January 20, 2021

With the US population growing at the slowest rate in history, immigrant workers are needed to fill roles in the workforce.

Moving and Working
Column Published in syndication February 03, 2021

The pandemic created upheaval in multiple areas of Americans' lives last year, including where they live and how they work. The overall volume of moves was down last year due to the complexity created by the virus, but the patterns were both enlightening and harbingers of things to come. While the US population is always mobile in response to economic conditions and preferences, a recent survey by Hire a Helper found that about a quarter of 2020 moves were related to COVID-19, with the most commonly cited reasons being (1) escaping the worst of the pandemic, (2) losing a job or income, and (3) sheltering-in-place with or taking care of family.