2018 will likely be a robust year for economic growth across the nation and in the Inland Empire. However, certain imbalances may also be forming in the system. Come hear what's next for employment, home prices, GDP, international trade, and more.
Join Us May 1st for: FOCUS San Bernardino Forecast Conference
Among the top 50 U.S. Metropolitan Areas, the Inland Empire is the 19th largest employment center but is saddled with the lowest average private-sector wage, at just under $40,000/year. The lack of job density is a key reason.
Are Lower Wages In The IE A Result Of Low Job Density?
The Center for Economic Forecasting and Development applies business expertise, understanding of public policy, and deep academic training to analyzing the regional, state, and national economy—producing economic forecasts, public policy analysis, and economic impact studies.