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Workforce and labor opportunities study compiled by the Nashville region’s three Workforce Investment Boards & the TN Dept of Labor & Workforce Development in partnership with the Nashville Chamber of Commerce.
Looks at market performance beginning in the third quarter of 2001 to the present, and tracks the performance of the industry sector on a quarterly basis going forward. The Index tracks a combination of economic factors, such as job growth, office absorption rates, rental rates, vacancies, rate escalations and building permit activity. These are factored into a weighted algorithm that creates a measurement tool that is an accurate barometer of the industry’s health.
Midstate TN's major daily newspaper; published by Gannett. VU access from 2003 via link. Current print version available on 1st floor of Walker Management Library. Free access to past 7 days at: Tennessean
Analysis of market share, demographics, market drivers and events in the Nashville MSA for health systems, hospitals, physicians, health plans, pharmacy. Includes legislation, employers, demographics & statistics.
Collaboration between various government entities and residents to explore how Nashville can best prepare for the changing demographic makeup of the city and better meet the needs of all citizens from birth to retirement.
Ongoing, integrated plan for Nashville's future. Areas covered include art and culture, economic development, education,environment, transportation, diversity, livable communities, public safety and more.
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