Tag Archives: Job Growth

Another Top-10 List — States with Greatest Proven Oil Reserves

Since 2008, known U.S. oil reserves have grown 60 percent to 30.5 billion barrels. That’s impressive. In addition, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) now estimates that the country likely has another 198 billion barrels of recoverable oil using technology available today. No doubt this will continue to increase. At the current estimated consumption of 19 …Read more

Where It’s Hot and Where It’s Not — State Job Growth Markets Mid-Year 2015 Update

This is the state employment sequel to the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and Divisions Sustainable Job Growth Index – which you can view at http://blog.stewart.com/stewart/2015/08/03/where-its-hot-and-where-its-not-metro-job-growth-markets-mid-year-2015-update/. The methodology for states and MSAs is the same. Idaho and Washington have the best sustainable job growth in the country from a short to longer-term perspective. At least under …Read more

10-Year Employment Growth for the U.S. and States — Total, Federal, State & Local Governments: Installment #1

In economics the term Leakage refers to the outflow of funds from the commerce and banking system arising from savings, taxes and imports. Total employment in federal, state and local governments is a powerful proxy for the reduction in economic flows that otherwise could benefit the economy. Taxes – Leakage — necessary to support government …Read more

DrTCJ Tweets May 22 2015 – June 18 2015

For those of you that do not Tweet – you should consider doing so. If you want to talk about effective bang for the buck, the 140 total characters, letters, numbers and spaces of a Tweet on Twitter certainly qualifies. Who knew you could say so much in so little? It reminds me of Mark …Read more

DrTCJ Tweets — April 24 2015 – May 7 2015

For those of you that do not Tweet – you should consider doing so. If you want to talk about effective bang for the buck, the 140 total characters, letters, numbers and spaces of a Tweet on Twitter certainly qualifies. Who knew you could say so much in so little? It reminds me of Mark …Read more