The full 2020 Economic Forecast is on OKCChamber.com/forecast
According to the latest numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment dropped to 2.8% in the Oklahoma City MSA in December.
According to the upcoming Greater Oklahoma City Forecast, the Oklahoma City MSA is expected to have positive job growth for the fourth consecutive year in 2020.
Richard Clements has spent more than 35 years of his life dedicated to helping bring jobs to his home state of Oklahoma. We recently sat down with Clements to discuss the Partnership, the advantages of regional economic development and more.
Oklahoma City continues to have one of the lowest unemployment rates among major metros according to the latest data release by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber saw a successful year in 2019 as it continued to pursue economic development opportunities for the region.
According to recently released data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate for the Oklahoma City metro remained at 2.9% for the month of October.
Estimates put total public and private investment so far into Oklahoma City’s downtown area since 1993 at nearly $7 billion.