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2018: Reading the tea leaves — Economy: Expect this year to be one of slower job, real estate growth locally after a record-shattering 2017


Meanwhile, the seller’s market in residential real estate should continue ... a Eugene-based economist with the Oregon Employment Department. The county’s unemployment rate for 2017 is likely to come in at less than 5 percent when final numbers ...


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By Sherri Buri McDonald and Ed Russo The Register-Guard Jan1, 2018   Related 2018: Reading the tea leaves — UO: Big construction projects, another likely tuition increase are ahead Today’s Local stories Man killed in Saturday crash on Bailey Hill identified Elmira Elementary first-grader killed in Highway 58 crash Saturday: “He was just so special” Lincoln County Sheriff looking for wearer of “DNYF” sweatshirt Lane County voters will have choices in three county commissioner races this spring Man sought in gunpoint robbery of Mapleton market More Local »   Let the good times keep on rolling. That’s the hope for 2018, as Lane County’s economy is predicted to chug along with the rest of the nation.

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