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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

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…


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


Personal Income Growth Slows… Rebounds…


Recent History Not So Bad…


Falling Behind Over the Long Haul…


Home Price Appreciation Peaks – Falls…but how far


Oregon’s Home Price and Income Gap


Washington’s Home Price and Income Gap


Building Permit Activity at Record Level


Growth in Every Corner of the Mid-Columbia


The 10-Year Outlook… 3,753 Permits


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


Apartments, Condos or Town Houses?


Second Home Owners?


A Bargain No Matter the Price?


Reaching from the West…


How Much Income Do I Need?


The Other Side of the Mirror…


A Growing Income Gap…


Getting Priced Out of Paradise…


Questions?

Dallas Fridley, Regional Economist

Oregon Employment Department

Workforce and Economic Research

(541) 386-6020 x 238

Dallas.W.Fridley@state.or.us


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