The results of the first Empire State Manufacturing Survey of 2019 are in, and manufacturers are indicating slight growth in business activity! Link to the full results in this post.
For the last 20 years the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has conducted the Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey. This year manufacturers reported record breaking optimism, with 92.4 percent of manufacturers surveyed reporting a positive outlook for their companies. Link to full survey results inside.
The Council of Industry and Marist College’s Bureau of Economic Research and School of Management along with Ethan Allen Workforce Solutions have compiled and analyzed the results from the 2018 Annual Wage and Benefits survey of Hudson Valley manufacturing companies. Twenty-five companies participated in the survey this year with a combined total of 2,869 reported employees.
By any standard, upstate New York’s economic recovery has been among the weakest of any region in the country. Indeed, parts of upstate have yet to “recover” from the recession at all. The tale of two states is illustrated by data trends in three key measures of economic activity—payroll employment, unemployment rates and Gross Domestic Product—as summarized in this article.
Each month the Federal Reserve Bank of New York distributes the Empire State Manufacturing Survey to about 200 manufacturing companies throughout New York State to analyze industry performance. Around 100 of the 200 companies contacted complete the questionnaire, which asks them to report on specific performance indicators and offer their projections for the upcoming months. The respondents are …
The National Association of Manufacturers is a leader in the tax reform effort to create a national tax climate that promotes manufacturing in America and enhances the global competitiveness of manufacturers in the United States. Manufacturers are calling on lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to work together on tax reform.
The NAM recently drew attention to the significance of tax reform to Americans …