Jed Kolko

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In fact, job growth has been slower in the first few months under Trump than in the last few months under Obama, in both red and blue states. But we'll continue to watch whether greater confidence might lead to accelerated growth in red states in the future.feedback
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Jun 22 2017 Trump Presidency
Jed Kolko has been quoted 15 times. The one recent article where Jed Kolko has been quoted is Male-dominated jobs are declining, but these 10 are still growing. Most recently, Jed Kolko was quoted as having said, “The choice won't be as limited as tomorrow's nursing job or yesterday's manufacturing job. Although traditionally female jobs will on average grow faster than traditionally male jobs, there are still many fast-growing occupations where men are the majority.”.
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Nov 04 2016

If you wanted to show that the economy is still getting better for the typical voter, this report gives you what you needed.feedback

Oct 27 2016

Though the majority of household formation is still renters, the owner-occupied share was at its highest level in a decade. Both the improving economy and the aging of millennials will give homeownership a boost.feedback

Apr 28 2016

Rental affordability remains a big problem in many places, and that makes it harder to save for a down payment. We're still seeing relatively few first-time homebuyers because young people are buying homes later than they used to. Some of this is a long-term shift toward marrying and having children later in life. Some of this is that the recovery has been slow among young adults.feedback

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