In economics demand is usually defined by the law of supply and demand, which states as one of its tenets that the higher the price of a good or service the lower the demand by consumers will be and vice versa.
Spurred by the necessity of job losses, burnout, or simply the desire to try something new, thousands of workers made the leap to a different industry in 2020.
An analysis of the current month’s employment picture broken out by industry.
Most Minnesotans and Wisconsinites know all about Viking and Packer clashes and Gopher and Badger skirmishes in various college sports.
An analysis of the current month’s employment picture broken out by Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The Minnesota Index climbed for the 14th straight month in July advancing 0.6% to 144.0, as the state’s economy continued to expand following the deep pandemic drop off.
The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.5% in July on a seasonally adjusted basis after rising 0.9% in June.