2021 Alaska Economic Trends
Alaska Economic Trends is a monthly magazine that covers a range of economic topics.
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In 2019, women earned 72 cents on the dollar in Alaska.
Trends in Alaska household income
Despite the extraordinary circumstances, our annual survey found a relatively stable market.
How well states are recovering their lost jobs
New survey gauge pandemic's effects on households
The pandemic accelerated a long-term trend.
Pandemic hit some areas of Alaska harder than others
What a decade of GDP shows
The pandemic ushered in historic deflation, but a repeat looks unlikely this year.
The pandemic temporarily pinched the taps, but breweries continue to grow in Alaska.
April job numbers show partial recovery
Pandemic altered typical hiring pattern
The trajectory of jobless claims
The housing market has been remarkably resilient during the pandemic, but this doesn't equal a housing boom.
Transportation took a hit in 2020
The dependent allowance for unemployment claimants
Men and women were affected differently by the recent state recession, largely because of the industries in which they work.
Personal income went up in 2020
Retail faces a trio of pressures
An in-depth look at migration-by-age patterns in Alaska since 1985
Prices declined slightly in 2020
Where states stood economically as the pandemic hit and how Alaska compares
November's long-term unemployed
Nonresidents working in Alaska
Annual employment forecast for Alaska, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Southeast