Job Growth, Elections, and Business Risk in California: An Economic Forecast for 2020
Wednesday, February 5 | 10:00 – 11:00 am PST
HRCI and SHRM Credits Available
The economy continues to create new jobs while unemployment rates remain low both nationally and in California’s major metro markets. Meanwhile, concern is growing about the types of jobs being created and how these occupations will impact the workforce and business risk over the long term.
In our next NELSONtalks, renowned speaker Dr. Robert Eyler will look comprehensively at the economy through the lens of job growth and discuss business risk related to U.S. and California job expansion.
Dr. Eyler’s engaging presentation will cover:
- How recent job growth impacts labor market risk scenarios
- How 2020’s election results might affect our economy
- Job Growth Trend predictions through 2022
- And more!
The risks associated with today’s emerging job opportunities are real and have far-reaching impact. For example, in California the role of higher education is being both broadened and tested in light of changing workplace trends and the career choices awaiting current and future college graduates.
We look forward to Dr. Eyler’s presentation and hope you will join us February 5!
About the Speaker
Dr. Robert Eyler is President of Economic Forensics and Analytics, specializing in public policy analysis for firms and governments. He is also Dean of the School of Extended and International Education and Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University. Dr. Eyler earned a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis and a B.A. in Economics at CSU, Chico. He is often called on by the media for his expertise, and also he provides economic impact analyses for both private firms and public entities to help guide public policy. Additionally, Dr. Eyler acts as an expert witness and forensic economist, primarily for wine industry clients. Dr. Eyler has been a visiting scholar at both the University of Bologna and Stanford University. He is a Sonoma County native, and his family have been sheep and cattle ranchers in Marin and Sonoma counties since 1910.