Strongest Job Recovery Market Resides In Nebraska
29 Nov 2021
While much of the U.S. continues to experience the economic aftershocks of a recession brought on by a global pandemic, Nebraska is close to firing on all cylinders.
Two recent studies bear that out. The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index reported last month that overall economic conditions in Nebraska remained above what is considered growth neutral. Creighton Professor Ernie Goss, who heads up the survey, noted that while a labor shortage is limiting growth in most of the U.S., it is not constraining Nebraska.