Dr. Perryman compares the numbers from 2021 to past seasons and factors that allowed sales to accelerate this year.
Metropolitan areas across Texas have regained most of the jobs lost due to COVID-19. While growth that would have otherwise occurred has been foregone or at least delayed, the long-term outlook remains quite positive.
Dr. Perryman explains the impact of technology on the workforce and some factors to consider in preparation for change.
Dr. Perryman responds to the announcement and how it will affect the economy and labor force.
The latest jobs report for Texas is replete with good news. November data shows strength across the economy and a new record for total state employment. In less than two years, Texas has completely overcome the devastating loss of about 1.5 million jobs that occurred in early 2020.
Dr. Perryman responds to the bill's blockage in Congress and how legislators can move forward productively.