Urban Indian Lands Add 46800 Jobs Since Last November Far West region leads in job growth

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This report deals with employment in American Indian reservations and other Indian controlled land within metropolitan statistical areas in the United States, which will be referred to as “urban Indian lands” below. Urban Indian lands contain about 60 percent of total Indian country employment across the U.S. Far West region leads in job growth Urban Indian lands added 46800 jobs …

U.S. Adds 178000 Jobs in November Far West region leads nation in job growth

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics earlier this month reported that the U.S. added 178000 jobs in November, which implies that jobs across the nation grew 1.6% since last November. According to a new study by the University of Redlands Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA), the Far West region led the nation with 2.5% annual job growth. The Mideast region …

Urban Indian Lands Add 48,000 Jobs Since Last October Far West region leads in job growth

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Urban Indian Lands Add 48000 Jobs Since Last October This report deals with employment in American Indian reservations and other Indian controlled land within metropolitan statistical areas in the United States, which will be referred to as “urban Indian lands” below. Urban Indian lands contain about 60 percent of total Indian country employment across the U.S. Far West region leads …

Slowdown in US Job Growth Hits All Regions Far West Leads Nation in Job Growth

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics earlier this month reported that the U.S. added 161000 jobs in October, which implies that jobs across the nation grew 1.7% since last October. According to a new study by the University of Redlands Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA), the Far West region led the nation with 2.6% annual job growth. The Plains region grew …

The Electoral Map is Completely Upside Down

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An international observer not familiar with the specifics of the U.S. political system might think that the more left-leaning party, the Democrats, would be especially popular with less fortunate economic groups. Consequently, Hillary Clinton, as the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, should have been most successful in areas where more poor people live. This means that poor areas should …

Employment Growth by Race and Ethnicity Since the Last Election Part I: The Spatial Reorganization of the US Economy under Obama

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Eight years ago, the United States was just about to hit the bottom of the most severe recession since the Great Depression. In some areas, entire industries, such as construction in Southern California, were decimated down to a fraction of their original size. How have racial groups and ethnicities fared since then? How did this affect how certain regions performed …

Summary: Which Presidents Are Better For Jobs? The Answer Depends on Race and Ethnicity

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A Summary of: Which Presidents Are Best for Jobs? A Brief Analysis by Race It has become a sport among economic commentators to gauge presidential performance by the number of jobs each has created. This is questionable on several grounds, the most important one being that presidents may or may not have that much influence on the job market at …

Which Presidents Are Best for Jobs? A Brief Analysis by Race and Ethnicity

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It has become a sport among economic commentators to gauge presidential performance by the number of jobs each has created. This is questionable on several grounds: (1) differences in presidential term lengths give two term presidents an unfair advantage, (2) policies of the predecessor may influence the early period of a presidential term, (3) presidential policies may take some time …