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2001 Alaska Economic Trends

Alaska Economic Trends are searchable from 1978 to the present using the Trends search page. The search can include any combination of the title or subtitle, date or date range, author, or full text.

December 2001
Seniors in Alaska
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Alaska's senior population is one of the fastest growing in the nation...
December 2001 Trends
November 2001
Prince of Wales Island
November 2001 Cover - Click to Read Timber has fallen and fish prices are slippery leaving fewer jobs..
November 2001 Trends
October 2001
The Gender Gap in Earnings
October 2001 Cover - Click to Read Gap has narrowed 5 percent over 11 years..
October 2001 Trends
September 2001
The Denali Borough
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At the age of 10, its economy rests on mine, missles and park..
September 2001 Trends
August 2001
The Trends 100
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The 100 largest employers in Alaska in the private sector
August 2001 Trends
July 2001
Financing UI Benefits
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Find out how the Unemployment Insurance system works in the AK.
July 2001 Trends
June 2001
The Cost of Living in Alaska
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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.
June 2001 Trends
May 2001
Employment Growth Forecast
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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...
May 2001 Trends
April 2001
The Year 2000 In Review
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Employment grew by 2.2%, twice 1999's rate and close to the average growth rate for the past decade
April 2001 Trends
March 2001
New Hires in Alaska
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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.
March 2001 Trends
February 2001
Yukon - Koyukuk Census Area
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Learn about the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area in this profile of rural interior Alaska.
February 2001 Trends
January 2001
The Ketchikan Pulp Mill Closure
This article examines the impact on the workers who lost their jobs when the mill closed.
January 2001 Trends


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