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Dashboard provides 34 economic trends across Washington State

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YAKIMA, WA.–Wednesday, May 24, 2024 -Kris Johnson, President of the Association of Washington Business (AWB), presented at a Yakima SHRM Event. Kris was joined by Senator Curtis King who also shared his perspective on our economy and local workforce.

Kris shared updates with attendees across:

  • Manufacturing
  • Talent
  • Business Environment
  • Infrastructure 
  • Connectivity
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The metrics shared can be found on the AWB Website via the Vitals dashboard.  The dashboard provides critical data for shaping policies and initiatives for economic development and workforce.  The dashboard provides tracks 34 data points down to the county level for the state of Washington.

More about these organizations:

Yakima SHRM: Yakima SHRM is a regional, non-profit association and affiliate of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM). 

Association of Washington: AWB serves as both the state’s chamber of commerce and manufacturing and technology association.  AWB is Washington’s oldest and largest statewide business association.

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Dashboard provides 34 economic trends across Washington State

YAKIMA, WA.–Wednesday, May 24, 2024 -Kris Johnson, President of the Association of Washington Business (AWB), presented at a Yakima SHRM Event. Kris was joined by Senator Curtis King who also shared his perspective on our economy and local workforce. Kris shared updates with attendees across: Manufacturing Talent Business Environment Infrastructure  Connectivity Entrepreneurship & Innovation The

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