Every month AED staff compile the latest economic data that will impact local businesses.
Housing listings are down but prices are up.
4Q 2018 employment data released, reveals more jobs in Arlington.
Q1 2019 office data shows vacancy rates dropping in all submarkets.
Home listings are down, but prices are up.
Arlington ended 2018 with the lowest unemployment rate in the Commonwealth.
Office vacancy rates continue downward trend to end of 2018.
Arlington still leads the Commonwealth with the lowest unemployment rate.
Second quarter employment numbers just released; Arlington continues to add jobs.
Third quarter office statistics are in, countywide vacancy rate is down.
First quarter employment figure just released — Arlington jobs up! Catch up on the latest statistics in the Sept. 2018 Economic Indicators Report.
Arlington unemployment rate up slightly but still the lowest in Virginia.
Office numbers for Q2 2018 just released and included in the July report.
Arlington's unemployment rate is tied for second lowest in the country.
Fourth quarter 2017 employment data just released – and included in the May report.
First quarter office market statistics now available.
Labor force gains in Arlington and Northern Virginia demonstrate great start to the new year.
Housing prices continue to rise as new listings and sales experience a slight drop.
Unemployment rate remains the lowest in Virginia.
Second quarter employment numbers are in — jobs are up, establishments are down.
Despite dropping temperatures, housing prices still on the rise.