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Initiative should create jobs, boost economic output in aerospace industry

NASA, aerospace, manufacturing, ASU, NAU, University of Arizona, Arizona Board of Regents, New Economy Initiative, jobs, NEI funds

To address the growing need for a continually diversified and modern workforce, the New Economy Initiative was signed into law, providing millions of dollars in state funding through the Arizona Board of Regents to invest in Arizona’s economic future. This initiative aims to create 40,000 new jobs by 2041, increase economic output to $6.9 billion by 2023, and double the state’s investment in return, much of which can and should be generated within the space ecosystem.

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America’s Workers Need Better Jobs

job growth, housing prices, inflation, ASU, ASU/PNC Bank Economic Forecast Luncheon, L. William Seidman Institute, W.P. Carey School of Business, Office of the University Economist, Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, CareerCloud, employment

There are plenty of news commentators who say America’s workers are doing just fine. They see low consumer prices, low unemployment, and a booming stock market as signs that all is well. But out in the real world, things are more worrying. Millions of Americans are barely subsisting on retail work in shopping malls and restaurants. And the kinds of jobs available to them are now declining in quality.

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