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  • Solano County

    Panel shares insight on Solano economic, community growth

    Robert Eyler, Don Schjeldahl and Audrey Taylor spoke on the theme of We’re Moving Solano Forward, before an audience of more than 300 who gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn.

  • San Anselmo Town Council gets first look at new business retention study

    San Anselmo Town Council gets first look at new business retention study

    Study author Robert Eyler said, “It boils down to what businesses in the town of San Anselmo draw in income from the outside in net and which businesses are frequented by San Anselmo residents outside the town because those businesses don’t exist locally.”

  • Marin County real estate

    Marin median home sale price passes $1 million in 2015; experts see a strong 2016

    Robert Eyler of the Marin Economic Forum says, “Marin County is always going to be a desirable place to live, based on its quality of life, amenities, climate and proximity to the robust, bustling metropolitan area that is San Francisco."

  • Construction, retail, health care fuel North Bay 2015 jobs

    Construction, retail, health care fuel North Bay 2015 jobs

    “Most of the North Bay counties show the unemployment rate bottoming out in September and starting to creep up a bit,” said Robert Eyler, professor and chair of economics at Sonoma State University and interim CEO of Marin Economic Forum. “It’s likely that the figures will stay stable, [changing about] 0.5 percent through 2016.”

  • Dr Robert Eyler

    Economist: Northstate economy slowly moving in right direction

    The Northstate economy is slowly moving in the right direction. That was the message from economist Dr. Robert Eyler, a presenter at Thursday's Economic Forecast Conference.

  • Dr Robert Eyler

    Job growth looking brighter for north state

    The north state economy saw a tremendous job loss over the Great Recession, and the jobs that have come back are different than the ones lost. Noting losses in manufacturing and other types of core employment, the new jobs may not be so stable, says Robert Eyler, director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis at Sonoma State University.

Solano County

Panel shares insight on Solano economic, community growth

February 1, 2016

Robert Eyler, Don Schjeldahl and Audrey Taylor spoke on the theme of We’re Moving Solano Forward, before an audience of more than 300 who gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn.

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San Anselmo Town Council gets first look at new business retention study

San Anselmo Town Council gets first look at new business retention study

January 26, 2016

Study author Robert Eyler said, “It boils down to what businesses in the town of San Anselmo draw in income from the outside in net and which businesses are frequented by San Anselmo residents outside the town because those businesses don’t exist locally.”

Full Story »

Marin County real estate

Marin median home sale price passes $1 million in 2015; experts see a strong 2016

January 26, 2016

Robert Eyler of the Marin Economic Forum says, “Marin County is always going to be a desirable place to live, based on its quality of life, amenities, climate and proximity to the robust, bustling metropolitan area that is San Francisco.”

Full Story »

Construction, retail, health care fuel North Bay 2015 jobs

Construction, retail, health care fuel North Bay 2015 jobs

January 26, 2016

“Most of the North Bay counties show the unemployment rate bottoming out in September and starting to creep up a bit,” said Robert Eyler, professor and chair of economics at Sonoma State University and interim CEO of Marin Economic Forum. “It’s likely that the figures will stay stable, [changing about] 0.5 percent through 2016.”

Full Story »

Dr Robert Eyler

Economist: Northstate economy slowly moving in right direction

January 18, 2016

The Northstate economy is slowly moving in the right direction. That was the message from economist Dr. Robert Eyler, a presenter at Thursday’s Economic Forecast Conference.

Full Story »

Dr Robert Eyler

Job growth looking brighter for north state

January 15, 2016

The north state economy saw a tremendous job loss over the Great Recession, and the jobs that have come back are different than the ones lost. Noting losses in manufacturing and other types of core employment, the new jobs may not be so stable, says Robert Eyler, director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis at Sonoma State University.

Full Story »