New residents to any market need places to live, shop and work, and that usually translates directly into the need for new homes, apartments, offices, stores, schools, medical building and other types of residential and commercial construction.
This video offers a quick update on the economic outlook for the electrical market in 2019-2020.
Check out which counties are adding -- and losing -- the most population.
This week's indicators point to some softening in market conditions
Some negative economic indicators are emerging, but it’s still hard to piece together enough of them to support the mild recession that some economists think could start by late 2020 or 2021.
Nationally, single-family building permits are down -4.1% through June to 813,000 permits, but quite a few large metros are enjoying double-digit year-over-year (YOY) growth in single-family building permits.
Planning for the IDEA eBiz 2019 conference is well underway, and a $200 early-bird discount is still available for the event, which will be held Sept. 16-18 in Philadelphia. You can get the discount by registering before July 31 by clicking here...
The survey results suggested that business conditions may have softened in June.
Here's the most recent data available Electrical Contractor employment at the County Level.