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Regional News at a Glance
South Carolina: rainbow row
By wooing foreign business through incentive packages, South Carolina has secured a place in the global marketplace.
Shifting Populations: Results From 2021 Census Estimates
When the COVID-19 pandemic first began in the United States in 2020, many workers started working full time from home. The expansion of remote work allowed a growing number of people to see a future in which where they worked and where they lived did not have to be one in the same. As workers became less tethered to their offices in big cities, stories emerged, including from our own outreach, of workers moving away from urban cores in favor of more rural areas. But do the stories align with what the data tell us?
South Carolina lags behind in the nation
Is it a pea? Or is it a nut? Whichever it is, the popular peanut is a big industry for North Carolina and Virginia.
District economic developments
Preparing Unemployment Insurance for a Downturn: The Carolinas
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the United States saw unemployment rates rise to levels it had not seen since the early 1980s as employers shed workers by the millions. Workers who had lost their jobs could not find other work and flooded into unemployment offices around the nation applying for benefits to ease the shock to their household income. Unemployment insurance claims and payouts soared, straining programs from coast to coast.
Branson on the beach?
Myrtle Beach is going boot to boot with Branson in a bid for country-music-theater fans. Can it win?