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The Pandemic is Resetting Nevada’s Economy: The Path Forward

The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development released the state’s post-pandemic economic plan, prepared by SRI International. RCG Economics was fortunate to participate in the study, along with Brookings Mountain West. As part of this release, RCG is making available both the full SRI report as well as the more detailed version of our economic forecast. Click here to see both reports. RCG forecasted economic conditions in Nevada through the end of 2021. In its full Economic Forecast, RCG projected a wide range of indicators for the state, the Las Vegas MSA and the Reno-Sparks MSA. They include: Aggregate GDP GDP of selected sectors Taxable sales Nonfarm jobs Unemployment rate Visitor volume A variety of tax revenue sources Other indicators RCG found that: It will likely take, at a minimum, until the end of 2022 for Nevada’s economy to return to its pre-pandemic long-term growth trend The pandemic will inalterably change the structure of the state’s economy Nevada, and especially Southern Nevada, should embrace these changes To reduce the chances of another economic disaster: Nevada must move aggressively toward a state economy that Is much more resilient than it is today, [...]

By |2022-03-07T16:14:26-08:00January 28, 2021|Economic Forecasting, Nevada by the Numbers Blog, Public Policy Issues, RCG Blog|Comments Off on The Pandemic is Resetting Nevada’s Economy: The Path Forward
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