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Towson economist predicts gloomy 2017 with little job growth

Maryland’s economic outlook heading into 2017 looks gloomy with slower than average job growth likely.

That dismal prediction came from Daraius Irani, chief economist for the Regional Economics Studies Institute at Towson University, as he addressed the Mid-Atlantic CFO Roundtable Friday at the TU Incubator. Irani said the state faces an uphill climb if there is another recession.

“We have a lot of uncertainty going on in our economy,” Irani said. “There are a lot of things pushing against us as a state.”

Read the full article from the Baltimore Business Journal.


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