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The Impact of AI on Seniors Housing and Care Workforce Shortages

By: Bob Kramer  |  June 12, 2019

In today’s business environment, seniors housing and care leaders can often access capital through a phone call or a single meeting. They can develop strategy on a weekend leadership retreat. When it comes to solving workforce issues, however, no easy solutions have arisen, leaving the industry with a constant problem that just doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.  

Economic Trends  |  Workforce

Economy Adds Only 20,000 Jobs in February

By: Beth Burnham Mace  |  March 08, 2019

The Labor Department reported that there were only 20,000 jobs added in February, well below the consensus expectation of 180,000.  This marked the 101st consecutive month of job growth.  While February was weak, January was very strong.  The latest three-month average is 186,000, less than last year’s 223,000 monthly average but consistent with more modest growth anticipated for 2019.

Economic Trends  |  Market Trends  |  Seniors Housing  |  Workforce

Behind the Scenes – Inside NIC’s Data Group, Part 2

By: NIC  |  February 13, 2019

Last week’s post on NIC’s data group introduced some of the teams and processes involved in collecting the most accurate and reliable data available on America’s seniors housing and care properties. This second half of the story delves into processing and reporting on the data.