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Geographic Solutions’ Economist & Labor Market Analyst, Phillip Sprehe was featured in a recent article from ConsumerAffairs

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Geographic Solutions has officially launched its new Economist Corner page, which will new page will serve as the new hub for our monthly Labor Market Forecasts and Reports.

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CNET published an article today which focused on the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee meeting and included commentary from our Economist & Labor Market Analyst, Phillip Sprehe. He shared his thoughts about what could happen if the Federal Reserve became too passive or aggressive with interest rate hikes.

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Florida’s economic stability and confident workforce leads to strongest month for job growth since September 2022

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GOBankingRates recently published an article on their website, which included a quote from our Economist & Labor Market Analyst, Phillip Sprehe, as to why many Americans continue to tightly budget their finances when inflation rates are decreasing.

Daily Express US Features Geographic Solutions' Economist, Phillip Sprehe

According to Daily Express US, experts are forecasting another hike in interest rates. Geographic Solutions’ Economist, Phillip Sprehe, was featured in the article, expressing his thoughts on the news.

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GOBankingRates.com recently ran an article regarding the negative effects that return-to-office mandates are having on the financial job market.

Insider features Geographic Solutions Economist, Phillip Sprehe, regarding US Debt Ceiling

Geographic Solutions’ Economist, Phillip Sprehe was featured in an article by Insider, detailing he potential economic crisis that could ensue if the US Congress does not vote in favor of raising the debt ceiling.