U.S. Employment Update
The U.S. employment situation bounced back in April 2013 with larger employment increases and upward revisions to prior-month totals. The one-month net change in total non-farm employment totaled 165,000 jobs with strong growth in PBS, education and health services, leisure and hospitality and retail trade driving more diversified growth both across industries, but also geographies.
U.S. employment update -May 2013
We expect that the national trend of slow, albeit steady, growth will continue to take its course in most states and local markets. In the coming quarters, answers to fiscal uncertainty both domestically and internationally will help paint a broader picture of what direction the recovery will take and how metro areas will be affected in terms of job growth.
U.S. State and Metro Employment Perspective - August 2012
Global Market Perspective
Q3 Global Market Perspective
A Measured RecoveryMarket data suggests a slowing in forward momentum in Q1 but given the more positive outlook for the global economy, we expect the market to resume its steady recovery during the remainder of 2012. View report
Washington, DC Economy Overview
A quarterly report that focuses on key economic and employment indicators in the United States and Washington, DC. The report includes data on employment trends, GDP, consumer and business sentiment, and federal policy and legislation.
Boston Economy Overview
A quarterly report that focuses on key economic and employment indicators in the United States and Boston. The report includes data on employment trends, GDP, consumer and business sentiment, and federal policy and legislation.
United States Economy Overview
Ben BreslauDirector of Research, Americas+1 617 531 4233 Ben.Breslau@am.jll.com