The outlook for the U.S. economy in ’22 remains upbeat. It won’t boom as it did last year, but growth will remain strong. Too many factors align to support continued expansion. U.S. growth may slow somewhat early in the year as businesses and consumers dealing with a fifth wave of the pandemic. But once that’s behind us, growth should resume. What does all this mean for Houston? It depends upon where you live and where you work. Join us on Thursday, January 27, as Greater Houston Partnership Senior Vice President of Research shares his insights into the direction Houston’s economy is headed this year.
About the Speaker: Patrick Jankowski oversees the research department which provides data analysis and forecasting functions for the Partnership. His observations and analysis on the local, regional and U.S. economic trends have appeared in over 200 newspapers, magazines, radio and television broadcasts, including The Atlantic, Bloomberg Business, CNNMoney, Forbes, NPR, PBS Nightly Business Report, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The New York Times.