2021 3-Year Economic Outlook Report

2021 3-Year Economic Outlook Report

Read the Report Halfway through 2021, Anchorage is on a gradual climb out of the economic crater caused by COVID-19. However, employment remains thousands of jobs below pre-pandemic levels. At its worst, in April 2020, Anchorage had lost 23,000 jobs, a wrenching 15%...
2020 3-Year Outlook Report

2020 3-Year Outlook Report

Read the Report In the 12 years AEDC has been preparing 3-year economic outlook reports, there have never been greater challenges facing the Alaska economy or more uncertainty about the path ahead. As this forecast is being presented, employment in Anchorage is 16,000...
2019 3-Year Outlook Report

2019 3-Year Outlook Report

Read the Report 2019 3-Year Outlook ReportLast year’s 3-Year Forecast headline read: ”A growing body of evidence indicates the recession is likely near its bottom and the local economy is poised for recovery.” Today’s reality no longer supports such...
2018 3-Year Outlook Report

2018 3-Year Outlook Report

While the latest available data indicates Anchorage losing jobs in the first half of 2018, job losses are expected to continue to moderate, reaching a point by early 2019 where Anchorage’s economy is no longer in recession. Each year AEDC offers its perspective on...
Anchorage 3-Year Economic Outlook 2017

Anchorage 3-Year Economic Outlook 2017

2017 Anchorage 3-Year Economic Outlook Halfway through 2017 it is evident that Anchorage’s economy, as measured by total employment, continues to retreat from its 2015 peak. The latest available estimates place Anchorage employment down about three percent over the...
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