Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue region second best city for jobs this winter
“Information technology, gaming, international trade, life services, health care and professional services are the areas anticipating the most growth in the greater Seattle area,” says George Allen, senior vice president of government relations at the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce. The Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue area is the second-most optimistic metropolitan area, with a 15 percent net employment outlook.
Seattle tenth-best in U.S. for business
Puget Sound Business Journal
Seattle is the nation’s tenth-best city for business out of 102 major metro areas, MarketWatch declares in its annual ranking. Seattle climbed from No. 31 last year.
Seven tips for business forecasting
Forecasting sales and cash flow is never a simple task, and the shaky economic recovery is making the process downright perplexing. Inc. has compiled the best tips for forecasting this year.
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