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As corporate executives increasingly view office environments as recruitment and retention tools, talent is more important than cost when it comes to making real estate decisions, according to a new CBRE survey.
Employers in Charlotte, Omaha, Albany, and Boise expect to hire the most employees in the second quarter of 2016, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
After several years of job losses, aerospace and defense sector employment is expected to grow in 2016 by more than 39,000 jobs in the U.S., according to Deloitte’s new ”U.S. Aerospace & Defense Labor Market Study.”
Low interest rates, punctuated with bouts of pessimism and volatility, are likely to continue in 2016, supporting moderate growth in commercial rents and investment sales volume globally, according to CBRE.
Volatility in global markets is not expected to deter foreign investment; industrial sector sees record levels, according to JLL.
While the U.S. economy has enjoyed steady job growth in recent years, some cities are capturing a larger share of total job creation than others, thanks in large part to factors unique to their local economies.
Super Bowl direct spending will reach a new high-water mark this year as the game returns to the Golden State after more than a decade, predicts PwC US.
Illinois retained its top national position on USGBC’s annual Top 10 States for LEED list for the third year in a row.
Workers everywhere will be affected by accelerating disruptions to the world of work—yet people in different economic positions will be impacted in very different ways, according to a new report from Foresight Alliance.
Businesses must adjust how they nurture loyalty among Millennials or risk losing a large percentage of their workforces, according to Deloitte’s fifth annual Millennial Survey.