What would a European recession mean for the U.S. economy?
20 Sep 2022
While the jury is still out on whether the U.S. economy is, in fact, in a recession, there are signals from across the pond that the economic outlook in Europe is worsening. Economist Mohamed El-Erian, chairman of investment firm Gramercy Funds, recently said during a Gramercy webcast that a European recession is a “done deal.”
Other experts agree. “Europe is struggling mightily,” says economist Aleksandar “Sasha” Tomic, an associate dean for strategy, innovation, and technology at Boston College. “If they aren’t in a recession yet, they will be soon. It’ll be very difficult to avoid.”
Crises have a habit of creeping up on us. They can take many forms–supply chain issues, inflation, disruptions to the labor force, technology failure, even a global health pandemic–and often feel like they are arriving out of the blue. But crises are inevitable, and they happen over and over again...
How to Find Remote Jobs That Fit Your ValuesSep 20 2022
Remote work is here to stay. The pandemic has now made working from home the new normal, and many employees around the world now consider the requirement to work in the office a deal-breaker. And while it's become much easier to find remote job offerings, it's still important for job...
The Role of Education in Talent AttractionSep 19 2022
“Education is now the #1 economic priority,” according to Don Gilman, CEO of Ignite College and Career Academy in Georgia. In the past, most economic development organizations focused their efforts on creating jobs and capital investment. Today, the pandemic’s “Great Resignation,” coupled with the high level of Baby Boomers retiring,...