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30729 State of the State: Understanding Minnesota's Economy   NEW!

You may have seen the forecast of Minnesota’s economy and budget in the news, but do you really understand about what it means for the state? In this webinar, state economist Laura Kalambokidis will explain how forecasts are developed and impact state budgets as well as what drives the state’s economy. She also will dive into how the labor market is evolving, COVID–19 is affecting businesses, and changing economic conditions impact tax revenue collected by the state. Participants should come prepared to share ideas about Minnesota’s economy, taxes, and spending priorities!

 

Schedule: 1 sessions | F 4/2/2021–4/2/2021 | 12:30 PM–2:00 PM | Online
Course Leader(s): Laura Kalambokidis
Seats Available: 98

 

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