Ventura County will see more housing starts, retail growth and moderate job gains through the end of the year and next year.
In an effort to cut through the noise to some real issues facing our region, I’ll offer up five of the key indicators that I’ll be watching in the weeks ahead.
Ventura County Community College may withdraw its title sponsorship of the county’s annual Economic Outlook Conference after the region’s largest economic development group came out in opposition of two state ballot measures that would raise taxes to fund public education. That, in turn, has caused the The Ventura County Economic Development Association, or VCEDA, to Read More →
Harry Truman famously asked for a one-handed economist who would not equivocate when making forecasts.