CenterState Economic Forecast shows growth signs but CNY economy still lags
Posted on January 12, 2017
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — (cnybj.com) Just over half (53 percent) of the nearly 200 respondents in an annual report from CenterState CEO expect an increase in jobs and hiring in 2017.
That’s up 9 percent from the 2016 forecast from the economic-development organization.
At the same time, 68 percent anticipate an increase in sales/revenue, up 5 percent from the 2016 prediction.
The data is part of the 2017 Economic Forecast Report for CenterState New York that CenterState CEO released during a breakfast event held Wednesday morning at the Nicholas J. Pirro Convention Center at Oncenter in Syracuse...
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