Current recession state’s longest at 3 years
Fried tells RDC that employment figures could start to turn around in 2019, but actual economic recovery would take several years
Alaska’s current recession, only the third in the state’s history, is now its longest at three years, but not its worst — that distinction is held by the states great recession following the mid-1980s drop in oil prices, Neal Fried, economist with the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Develop....
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