We’ve seen a lot of good news on the economic front from local jobs to global growth. Yet many on Main Street are still dealing with post-pandemic fallout to their businesses, jobs and health. When it comes to the economic recovery, is the glass half full or half empty? ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson tackles all sides of this economic question. For more insights, go to https://www.adpri.org/.
Location trends that were long in the making accelerated over the past year due to the pandemic. As we look forward to more hiring in coming months, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson digs into how job locations may change overtime. For more insights, please go to https://www.adpri.org/.
This week Wall Street and Main Street will be taking a hard look at the March jobs report from ADP and BLS for signs that the rebound in jobs we saw from restaurants and bars in February continued or even picked up steam this month. Part of that answer will hinge on the recovery of small businesses. ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson tackles the top questions surrounding small business recovery. For more insights, go to https://www.adpri.org/blog/.
As Main Street transitions from a pandemic-oppressed winter to a vaccine-liberated spring – Is the economy running hot or cold? ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson examines the variables influencing the economic recovery. For more insights, check out https://www.adpri.org/.
This month, Main Street marks the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic, in a year that took our lives and the economy on a wild roller-coaster ride. ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson examines the variables influencing the economic reset. For more, go to ADPRI.org.