Cities across the United State of America are expected to see an employment increase for the year 2015. However, according to a recent press statement by the US Conference of Mayors only 50% of the nation’s cities are supposedly expected to go back to pre-recession employment peaks. The 363 metros were analyzed and will have a job increase for 2015.There are around 320 metro areas that will see a 1% job increase.
On the other hand, a lot of local economies have a long way to go before they are able to reach higher levels of employment. Since January this year, about 45% of the metro areas have returned to peak employment levels prior to the recession. IHS Global forecast says that by the end of the year, the anticipated percent increase will be 55% among the 363 metros.
Since there is a rise in employment -perceived as a significant factor in housing issues- companies such as the Property Management Companies in Denver are quite relieved that the comeback year after recession is a strong one. The citizens who struggled with housing concerns will now be able to afford to rent houses. Renting a house is a more pragmatic solution than buying a house since the jobs created were part-time jobs and entry-level jobs wherein the pay is low.