According to the most recent data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the SC Department of Employment & Workforce, 1,700 jobs were created in the Palmetto State in the month of April, 2017. The leisure and hospitality sector showed the most robust growth, while professional and business services shed 1,400 jobs. Currently South
While the unemployment rate is important, it does not paint a very full picture of the economy.
How can we be compassionately responsive to the needs of low-to-middle income South Carolinians in regards to housing affordability?
Recently released job numbers for the month of March show that not only was there a rise in the number of jobs available to South Carolina residents, but also a rise in the number of people in the labor force.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Formula-based research aims for comprehensiveness; results are a blueprint for the future Columbia, SC — The research is in: South Carolina is a great place to do business. In a recent report, Palmetto Promise Institute (PPI) unveiled the most enterprise-friendly cities in the state. Topping the list is the Town of Bluffton. Buoyed
Palmetto Promise Research Assistant Adam Crain, about a new report that ranks the most enterprise friendly cities in South Carolina.
In order to excel in an increasingly competitive global marketplace, South Carolina must be as attractive as possible to businesses wishing to relocate to or expand in the state.
The American Society for Civil Engineers recently gave South Carolina’s infrastructure a D+. Everyone agrees our roads and bridges are in bad shape. But how do we fix the problem?
There was good and bad news for South Carolina according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Since the 1970’s, billions of people worldwide have been lifted out of poverty because of the free-market engine enabling upward mobility. But what about right here at home? How do we help those who struggle economically? Arthur C. Brooks, President of American Enterprise Institute and featured guest at next week’s Conversation and Dinner in Columbia,