Why is our market insulated?

Today’s Cavalier Daily reports on
Charlottesville’s (Albemarle is implicitly implied) low
unemployment.

A recent survey by
Manpower Incorporated, an employment services company, found that the City of
Charlottesville has the sixth-best employment outlook in the nation for the
second quarter of 2005.

A Career
Services study showed 15 percent of students wish to remain in Charlottesville.
Since students have shown an interest in remaining in Charlottesville, Career
Services will hold a local job fair for the first
time.

…While the nation as a whole
is experiencing an upward trend in employment opportunity, Charlottesville
itself has a particularly bright prospect in the upcoming quarter, Manpower
Local Branch Manager Patricia Hoke said.

One word –
UVa.
Today’s Cavalier Daily reports on Charlottesville’s
(Albemarle is implicitly implied) low unemployment.

A recent survey by Manpower
Incorporated, an employment services company, found that the City of
Charlottesville has the sixth-best employment outlook in the nation for the
second quarter of 2005.

A
Career Services study showed 15 percent of students wish to remain in
Charlottesville. Since students have shown an interest in remaining in
Charlottesville, Career Services will hold a local job fair for the first time.
Career Services also is working to increase outreach to local
employers.

WINA reported
this
earlier this
week.

This part in particular is good
for real estate.
While the nation as a whole
is experiencing an upward trend in employment opportunity, Charlottesville
itself has a particularly bright prospect in the upcoming quarter, Manpower
Local Branch Manager Patricia Hoke
said.

“From April to June,
57 percent of companies interviewed in Charlottesville are going to be hiring
more employees, compared to 30 percent nationwide,” Hoke said

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