WVU recently released an economic forecast that looks at the upcoming year and outlines some things we can expect from the economy. The Eastern Panhandle's economy is expected to stay strong into early 2015. “West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle has experienced strong economic gains over the past few years, driven primarily by healthy growth in the trade, transportation and utilities sector in the region,” said Dr. John Deskins, BBER Director. “We expect the Eastern Panhandle economy will continue to build upon recent gains, posting a rate of job growth that is above the...Read more
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