July Newsletter

By August 5, 2014Newsletter Archive

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AE Economic Dashboard

Economic Trends

What We're Reading

Our Client Successes

Best Practices


July 2014 Newsletter

  • As the economy continues to expand, hiring difficulty of skilled workers will worsen. 
  • The economic recovery has led to a long-run shortage of skilled workers. 
  • The trend is good for workers, as it signifies rising demand for employees. Read more


FTZ's Boost American Competitiveness
by AngelouEconomics
Policy changes incentivize businesses to maintain operations in the US  Read more
Mexico: The New Alternative to China 
by AngelouEconomics
Mexico's manufacturing sector starts to capitalize on its inherent advantages Read more
Logistics is the New Battleground for Tech
by Wired magazine
Tech is turning same-day delivery for nearly everything into a reality Read more
Mobility in America
by the Wall St. Journal
Many economists are bullish about what they call "middle-skiilled" workers Read more
After hiring AE to devise its strategic plan, Pottawotomie County, Oklahoma has attracted over $1 million in private funding, up from $350-500k prior, while its operating budget has doubled, said Bob Cole, executive director of the county's Economic Development Corporation. 
Yuhuang Chemical is investing $1.85 billion in New Orleans, whose economy has made tremendous strides since AE started advising the city in 2006 – gaining 92 percent of its pre-Katrina employment levels. The methanol manufacturing complex is the first major investment in Louisiana by a mainland Chinese company and will create 400 jobs with an average salary of $85,000. Read more
The Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta, a for-profit arts model that does not operate on donations, grants or public funding, has turned into one of the most densely packed group of artists in the nation – and it's turning a profit. Read more
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