2017 AEDC Economic Forecast Report

2017 AEDC Economic Forecast Report

2017 AEDC Economic Forecast Report In its January 2016 forecast AEDC predicted Anchorage would lose about 1,600 jobs as the effect of declining oil prices rippled through the economy.  Though the final numbers aren’t out yet, actual job loss in 2016 is estimated at...
AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2016

AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2016

2016 AEDC Economic Forecast Report Though the price of oil started its steady retreat more than 18 months ago, the Anchorage economy showed resilience in 2015, gaining 600 jobs, in terms of annual average employment. Based on preliminary data, year-over-year...
AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2015

AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2015

2015 AEDC Economic Forecast Report As Alaska enters another period of oil price-related uncertainty, Anchorage employment is forecast to remain at about 157,100 in 2015. Over the last five years, employment grew by 6,000 jobs, an average of 1,200 jobs per year, and...
AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2014

AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2014

2014 AEDC Economic Forecast Report Measured in terms of jobs growth, the Anchorage economy continues to grow steadily. Preliminary numbers indicate about 1,000 additional jobs were added to the Anchorage economy in 2013, a 0.6 percent overall increase. Job growth is...
AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2013

AEDC Economic Forecast Report: 2013

AEDC’s 2013 Economic Forecast Growth: +1,700 jobs, increase of 1.1% Measured in terms of employment, Anchorage continued along a path of steady growth in 2012, adding 1,800 jobs to the economy, a 1.2 percent increase. Last January AEDC predicted 1,500 jobs would be...