March 25, 2014
We’re bombarded with facts and figures telling us how much our country produces, how many people are unemployed and where inflation stands. But how many of us know the real impact these numbers have on our lives? This hour we’ll talk about the need for personal–not national–economic indicators, and how local data is the next big thing.
January 28, 2014
Time was when a high school education could get an Ohioan a pretty good job in a factory, or working in a mine. But some point to the new “knowledge economy” as a sign we need to invest more in colleges and universities. Ohio’s job creation numbers are some of the lowest in the nation, and this hour we’ll discuss the link between jobs and higher ed
January 23, 2013
Economic forecasters are in debate over the forecast for 2013; some say it’s good news while others say it’s bad. On this hour, we’ll talk about the national and local economic forecast for 2013 with a few economy buffs.
August 9, 2012
The number of job openings is at a four-year high, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. On this segment, we’ll talk about where they are and how you can find them. Then, a new study by Pew Research shows that income neighborhood segregation is now more common than it was in the 1980′s. On this hour, we’ll talk about why that could be.
March 12, 2012
Signs of economic recovery just keep coming as the U.S. added 227,000 jobs in February. But is the national economy really improving? Or is this just a quick upswing? And what’s the economic outlook for central Ohio? On this hour of “All Sides,” we’re covering the economic outlook.
January 4, 2012
Regionomics, LCC released its annual Economic Forecast today that shows the Columbus economy continuing on a slow path to recovery. What is in store for the area’s economy during the new year?
May 24, 2010
The Columbus economy and business conditions in Central Ohio