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Forecasting the future - Closeups
March 2012 Issue
The good news for Georgians this year is that the state will likely lose fewer jobs than in previous years. The bad news is that the recovery here will lag behind that of the U.S., which is seeing overall job growth. That is the message representatives from the Terry College of Business are giving business leaders throughout the state as they present the Georgia Economic Outlook 2012, an annual event that has been a trademark of the college since 1983. Director Jeffrey Humphreys of the Selig Center for Economic Growth talks with colleagues during the Georgia Economic Outlook 2012 luncheon. The kickoff event, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, was followed by presentations scheduled in nine Georgia cities, as well as Charlotte and Jacksonville, between Nov. 29 and March 7. The Atlanta event, which drew a crowd of about 800 in November, was sponsored by some of Georgia’s biggest businesses including AT&T, Gas South, Hardin Construction Company and PrivateBancorp …
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