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Book of the States


“The Book of the States” from the Council of State Governments has been posted in its entirety from 1935 to the present. The full book provides statistics on how a state operates. 89 more words


You Are Most Welcome!!!

I start my days by checking emails first thing in the morning follow by Facebook, Instagram and Twitter messages before breakfast and today is of no exception. 234 more words

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Ugly and Cheap

There was another cheap, cheap sale of an industrial building in East Tampa that is likely a redevelopment play. It is a 112,000 SF building next to IKEA on Adamo, which the adjacent owner bought for under $8/SF in order to assemble a large enough parcel, along with his existing buildings, in the hopes of attracting a big box retailer to demolish the building and re-develop the site. 163 more words

Wkly Update

Like So Much Blue Sky

What’s up with the Golden State? Employers have been talking about hiring but for the second month in a row the employment figure for the Bay Area has dipped below the trendline (see July 2013 data in Bay Area Employment Trends page at top). 134 more words

San Francisco Bay Area

Plateau? Top? Bottom?

My visual reading of Bay Area employment trends suggests a leveling off of growth. (see See the Bay Area Employment Trends page (at top) for June 2013 data) 100 more words

SF Bay Area Employment Trends

Employment and Real Estate

Many components go into the demand equation for commercial real estate. Local Bay Area employment is one area on which I spy. Look for semi-regular updates to employment statistics in the Employment Trends page (above). 26 more words

SF Bay Area Employment Trends

Work local, think global - seeking employment in your local community

Remember the story of Dick Whittington? The boy who left his home and travelled to London in search of streets paved with gold? It seems we’re still not that far from fairy tales, with 20 applicants per job in some parts of the capital. 506 more words