Economist Keith Phillips of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said job growth in San Antonio remains good but trade uncertainty could change that.
The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas addressed issues most affecting the state and local economy at a Real Estate Council of San Antonio meeting on Thursday.
San Antonio business, banking, and community leaders had a front-row seat for the Dallas Fed’s annual unveiling of the state’s economic outlook for 2019.
Area leaders spoke Tuesday at the Digital Inclusion Forum, a series about the consequences of San Antonio’s digital divide and how to bridge the gap.
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Over the last 30 years, the largest share of jobs at the center of the U.S. economy – known as “middle-skill jobs” – has been declining.
Economically speaking, 2016 was a slow yet positive year. Unlike other parts of the country, Texas has an advantage in 2017.
A healthy future for the Texas economy will require increased investment Pre-K education, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan said.
Unless you’re looking for work in the oil patch, it’s a good time to be a job seeker in San Antonio, where demand for skilled workers is coming very close to outstripping supply.