TNT: How’s Pierce County doing on local jobs, housing? Economic forecast shows more needed

"After a fairly robust 2019, slower economic growth is anticipated for the Tacoma-Pierce County region for 2020.

That seems to be the overriding message in this year’s Pierce County Economic Index report, presented this week at the Tacoma-Pierce County Chambers’s Horizons Economic Forecast breakfast at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center.

The report, pulled together by Neal Johnson of Sound Resource Economics, is compiled annually. Last year’s presentation emphasized uncertainty given the partial government shutdown at the time. This year’s report shows 2019 actually offered areas of surprising growth."

Continue reading Debbie Cockrell's article at The News Tribune.

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