Demographers puzzled by last month's U.S. Census update showing that Utah's San Juan County is the nation's fast growing are now throwing doubt on the surprise findings, arguing that the census is probably now recording Navajo residents who have not been captured in past surveys.
Utah’s nonagricultural employment increased an estimated 3.2%, or 45,300 jobs, between March 2016 and March 2017. Nationally, employment increased 1.5%, or 2.2 million jobs, between March 2016 and March 2017.
The Beehive State stands as an example for the nation when it comes to a premier business climate, innovative policies and economic growth. Utah's success is no accident. In fact, the state’s culture of collaboration has been vital in addressing the challenges of an increasingly competitive global economy. Utah is showing the world what’s possible [...]
2017 Utah Economic Summit (PowerPoint) 2017 Utah Economic Summit (PDF Download) On April 14, Kem C. Gardner Institute director Natalie Gochnour presented before the 2017 Governor's Utah Economic Summit. The topic was the current state of the Utah economy as well as expected economic trends in 2017.
Fact Sheet: Economic Ties between Utah and Mexico PowerPoint Slides: Trade with Mexico PDF: Trade with Mexico The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute recently held its monthly “Newsmaker Breakfast,” an event highlighting current issues impacting the State of Utah. The focus was the deteriorating relationship between the U.S. and Mexico and how it may impact [...]