Ball State University economist Michael Hicks said the latest federal jobs report showing an increase of 1.4 million jobs during August indicates the economic recovery is slowing.
The latest government jobs report shows people around the country are returning to work as the nation continues to reopen after months of shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study from Ball State University suggests it may take more than a year for Indiana state and local government revenue streams to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report from Ball State University suggests the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to cumulative lost local government tax revenues ranging between $218 million and $315 million.
Slowing job growth and a drop in new job creation are signs from the latest government jobs report suggesting the nation’s economy is slowing down, said Ball State economist Michael Hicks.
A Ball State University economist says the nation’s economy is creating fewer jobs, which suggests the nation’s economy is cooling.