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2000 Alaska Economic Trends

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December 2000
Housing In Alaska
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Since Alaska became a state in 1959, its population has nearly tripled to more than 622,000. Much of this growth has occured during distinct periods of economic expansion, or "booms" in the economy.
December 2000 Trends
November 2000
Fatalities in Alaska's Workplace
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At 42 deaths in 1999, the number of fatal work injuries in Alaska inched downward, changing only slightly from the previous year.
November 2000 Trends
October 2000
The Wade Hampton Census Area
October 2000 Cover - Click to Read Wade Hampton Census Area encompasses an area of 17,124 square miles, more than twice the size of Massachusetts.
October 2000 Trends
September 2000
The Aging of Alaska's Workforce
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Historically, Alaska has had a relatively young population. Oil pipeline construction in the mid-1970s and the employment boom associated with high oil prices in the early 80's brought a large number of young workers to Alaska.
September 2000 Trends
August 2000
The Trends 100
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In 1999 there was a slightly new twist for the top employer. For eight years, Carr Gottstein Foods was the number one employer in Alaska. But that changed with the acquisition of Carrs by Safeway, which ranked tenth last year.
August 2000 Trends
July 2000
The Mat-Su Borough
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Economic indicators for the Matanuska- Susitna Borough all tell the same story. Population, employment, inmigration, highway counts and the number of new homes being built all say that Mat-Su is the fastest growing area in the state.
July 2000 Trends
June 2000
The Cost of Living
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How expensive is it to live in Alaska? What is the rate of inflation in Alaska? These are two of the questions most frequently asked of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development's Research and Analysis Section.
June 2000 Trends
May 2000
Forecasts for 2000 and 2001
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Alaska's economy will continue to grow through 2001, rebounding from the slow growth rate posted in 1999. (See Exhibit 1.) In all, more than 8,000 new jobs will be added during the next two years.
May 2000 Trends
April 2000
The Year 1999 In Review
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Despite job losses due to consolidation, Alaska's economy managed to post its eleventh consecutive year of job gains in 1999. Alaska's job base grew 2,600 jobs, pushing the annual average wage and salary employment to 277,600.
April 2000 Trends
March 2000
Census 2000
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Representation and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers.. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct.
March 2000 Trends
February 2000
Unemployment Insurance
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In the depths of the Great Depression in 1935, the U.S. Congress passed the Social Security Act, establishing an economic stabilization program of partial wage replacement for workers during periods of temporary, involuntary unemployment.
February 2000 Trends
January 2000
State Government
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Alaska state government, including the University of Alaska and state-owned corporations such as the Alaska Railroad and the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, is the second largest employer in the state. With nearly 22,000 employees, it takes the second spot after the federal government (including uniformed military) among Alaska's largest employers.
January 2000 Trends


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