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Mid-Columbia Workforce Housing Summit. April 6, 2007. Government, Agriculture, Tourism…. * 31,000 Jobs * $806 Million Payroll * $26,019 Average Wage. Employment and Payroll outlook… uneven. Agriculture is a much bigger industry…. Health Services a plus… Tourism not so much….

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Mid columbia workforce housing summit

Mid-Columbia Workforce Housing Summit

April 6, 2007

Government agriculture tourism

Government, Agriculture, Tourism…

* 31,000 Jobs

* $806 Million Payroll

* $26,019 Average Wage

Employment and payroll outlook uneven

Employment and Payroll outlook… uneven

Agriculture is a much bigger industry

Agriculture is a much bigger industry…

Health services a plus tourism not so much

Health Services a plus… Tourism not so much…

The real wage free fall stuck on 26 000

The Real Wage Free Fall… stuck on $26,000

Personal income growth slows rebounds

Personal Income Growth Slows… Rebounds…

Recent history not so bad

Recent History Not So Bad…

Falling behind over the long haul

Falling Behind Over the Long Haul…

Home price appreciation peaks falls but how far

Home Price Appreciation Peaks – Falls…but how far

Oregon s home price and income gap

Oregon’s Home Price and Income Gap

Washington s home price and income gap

Washington’s Home Price and Income Gap

Building permit activity at record level

Building Permit Activity at Record Level

Growth in every corner of the mid columbia

Growth in Every Corner of the Mid-Columbia

The 10 year outlook 3 753 permits

The 10-Year Outlook… 3,753 Permits

Manufactured housing far more important than multi family housing in the mid columbia

Manufactured Housing Far More Important than Multi-Family Housing in the Mid-Columbia

Apartments condos or town houses

Apartments, Condos or Town Houses?

Second home owners

Second Home Owners?

A bargain no matter the price

A Bargain No Matter the Price?

Reaching from the west

Reaching from the West…

How much income do i need

How Much Income Do I Need?

The other side of the mirror

The Other Side of the Mirror…

A growing income gap

A Growing Income Gap…

Getting priced out of paradise

Getting Priced Out of Paradise…



Dallas Fridley, Regional Economist

Oregon Employment Department

Workforce and Economic Research

(541) 386-6020 x 238

[email protected]

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