TRI-CITIES JOBS

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Tri-Cities employers add jobs in September – but not all the news is pretty

By DON FENLEY September’s jobs report had some good, some bad and some ugly news for the Tri-Cities. The good news is preliminary adjusted and nonadjusted numbers showed the employers adding jobs. Here are the Bureau or Labor’s adjusted September nonfarm job totals compared to August. This is the number used by most reporters when […]

Johnson City MSA sees Sept. year-over-year growth in three job sectors; losses in six

By DON FENLEY Johnson City MSA sees year-over-year growth in three job sectors; losses in six Three Johnson City MSA job sectors posted September gains when compared to job level during the same month last year. According to the current MTSU Bureau of Economic Research Center’s employment growth heat chart the growth sectors were: Professional […]

Construction jobs post double-digit Sept. gains in Kingsport-Bristol MSA

By DON FENLEY Construction jobs are the Kingsport-Bristol standout in the September employment growth heat carts from MTSU’s Business and Economic Research Center. Jobs in that sector show a year-to-year increase for the seven months, and topped that off with a 11.6% increase when compared to September 2013. But that not the only sector adding […]

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Kingsport-Bristol only state MSA with Sept. sales tax collection decline

Bristol VA  only  local “worse off” housing market  on  election scorecard

Q3 total foreclosure filings down in Tri-Cities, notice of trustee sales increase

Carter Co. top Tri-Cities rental market in Q3, yields in all but Washington Co. higher than national average

Kingsport-Bristol home equity loans down after hitting 2013 high mark

Report shows Tri-Cities, national Aug. home price increases in 6% range

Tri-Cities Q2 commercial construction trails last year’s pace

Seven Tri-Cities hospitals face Medicare readmission fines

Carter, Greene, Hawkins, Sullivan gross yields on rental properties higher than national average

New home permits up sharply in Johnson City MSA; Kingsport-Bristol at 10-year low. Builder confidence high. Tri-Cities leads E. Tenn. permit pulls in Q2

U.S. sees second largest jobs gain this year in September

ETSU retail sales report shows Tri-Cities gains, but…..

August sales tax collections increase in 3 of 4 NE Tenn. MSAs

July a pretty good new home month in Tri-Cities despite historical view

July sales tax collections a picture of Tri-Cities’ recovery struggle

Kingsport says FY 2014 building season posts solid gains

Hawkins Co. is Q2 Tri-Cities house flipping hot spot

Nine Tri-Cities areas see Q2 double-digit all-cash home sales

Tri-Cities housing ranks affordable in median price-to-income study

The state of family incomes in Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol, TN 2007 v. 2012

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