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Good economic times expected to roll through 2018
The pace of Austin's economic growth may be slowing — but what
exactly does that mean for the average professional or business owner?
This week's Austin Business Journal cover story tackles that question in
depth. With data provided by Austin-based AngelouEconomics, we dive deep into
the expected fortunes of the city's different sectors in the coming years.
AngelouEconomics Principal Angelos Angelou said the relative
"cooling off" of the region's economic engine could actually be a
good thing, easing the tight constraints of the labor market.