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Economic Report
2:34 pm
Fri September 5, 2014

Harper: August Job Growth Down; Still Decent Summer

Dr. Rick Harper
Credit University of West Florida

In this week’s Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses job growth for the month of August.

This week, just days before the official U.S. Labor Department report, the payroll processing firm ADP (Automated Data Processing) released a report projecting that some 200, 000 new jobs were added in August.

“That’s a little bit lower than the consensus forecast by economists who track the job market,” says Harper.

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Economic Report
6:00 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Harper: More Signs Of A Strengthening Economy

Dr. Rick Harper
Credit University of West Florida

In this week’s Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses more signs of a strengthening economy on a national level.

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Economic Report
1:43 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Harper: Proposed Florida Budget Gets Larger As State Grows, Job Numbers Improve

Credit University of West Florida

In this week’s Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses Florida Governor Rick Scott’s proposed 2014-2015 budget, as this year’s Legislative Session gets underway. Gov. Scott is proposing a spending plan of $74.2 billion.

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Economics with Rick Harper
3:44 pm
Fri February 7, 2014

Harper: Air Force Cuts Could Hurt Northwest Florida

Credit University of West Florida

In this week’s Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses the proposal by the U.S. Air Force to reduce its active-duty force by 22,500 or 7 percent in 2014. The more aggressive one-year reduction plan compares to previously announced plans to reduce the force by about 25,000 over five years.

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Local Economy
12:18 pm
Fri February 7, 2014

Harper: Air Force Cuts Could Hurt Northwest Florida

Credit University of West Florida

In this week’s Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses the proposal by the U.S. Air Force to reduce its active-duty force by 22,500 or 7 percent in 2014. The more aggressive one-year reduction plan compares to previously announced plans to reduce the force by about 25,000 over five years.

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