Alaska Economic Trends
Alaska Economic Trends is a monthly magazine that covers a range of economic topics.
Alaska Economic Trends are searchable from 1961 to the present using the Trends search page. The search can include any combination of the following: Key Words, Date Range, Author, Category
This article examines the impact on the workers who lost their jobs when the mill closed.
Learn about the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area in this profile of rural interior Alaska.
The workforce is dynamic. Businesses open, close, expand, and contract. One means of measuring business activity in the state is the New Hires Quarterly Report.
Employment grew by 2.2%, twice 1999's rate and close to the average growth rate for the past decade
Although the national economic outlook is currently a bit uncertain, the two-year employment projection for Alaska is quite positive. More than 11,000 jobs could be added during the next two years
Ever since the first gold strike, Alaska's higher cost of living has been a major topic of conversation. A body of lore and myth surrounds the idea of how much things cost in Alaska versus the rest of the country.
Find out how the Unemployment Insurance system works in the AK.
The 100 largest employers in Alaska in the private sector
At the age of 10, its economy rests on mine, missles and park..
Gap has narrowed 5 percent over 11 years..
Timber has fallen and fish prices are slippery leaving fewer jobs..
Alaska's senior population is one of the fastest growing in the nation?