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How the economy looks depends on where you’re standing. Find out why — and to whom — these local differences matter most.

Job Search Out of the U.S. Surged After the Election and Remains Elevated

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During the bitter and divisive presidential campaign, many wondered, threatened, or promised to move to Canada […]


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The Great Divide? How the Minimum Wage Impacts Red and Blue States

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Indeed takes a look at the impact of current minimum wage rates and the proposed $15 rate upon red and blue states.


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Mobility at Record Lows While Job-Related Moves Hold Steady: What This Means for Economic Dynamism

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What does the latest US census data tell us about mobility and economic dynamism? Indeed chief economist Jed Kolko explains.


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The Geography of Economic Anxiety

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Analysis from Indeed chief economist Jed Kolko shows states with lower unemployment are at greater risk for future job loss.


The Government’s First-Ever Survey of Entrepreneurs: What You Need to Know

A new annual survey of entrepreneurs from the Census Bureau offers fresh data on startups and their effect on job growth and the economy.