Dr. Perryman describes two extremes in terms of job losses, with both scenarios impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr. Perryman explains how the country has more jobs than workers and some potential solutions to this labor force issue.
Dr. Perryman compares the current situation to some past scenarios and explains the differences.
Dr. Perryman explains how the industry is adapting in light of climate change.
Dr. Perryman responds to the high numbers from September and explains some underlying causes and what that will mean moving forward.
Dr. Perryman criticizes the current practices and why they create difficulties in governmental structure as well as the economy.
Dr. Perryman explains the factors that contribute to the area's desirability, and why this is a good thing for Texas as a whole.
Dr. Perryman describes the importance of the country effectively managing the Omicron variant to preserve economic strength and structure.