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Labor Economics in a COVID Economy

Fri, Nov 20, 2020 · 11:00 AM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Combining both a public health lens and labor market insights perspective, Dr. Gearey will highlight four key factors to consider when assessing the risk of viral spread in your economic region. Areas of employment risk and opportunity, within each region, are identified. Additionally, the impact of the flu will be discussed.

COVID-19 is affecting every city and region differently, depending on their risk factors. We hope this session will provide business and community leaders the comprehensive data they need to make informed, localized decisions that protect their most vulnerable citizens and sustain their economies.

Dr. Gearey's expertise includes data science, epidemiology, and economic consulting for location decisions will provide attendees with actionable insight to support local economic strategies.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: $35.00
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Senior Vice President & Chief Analytics Officer, Emsi
As a social scientist, Dr. Gearey is uniquely qualified to understand decision science, visualization, geospatial and location analytics, site selection, GIS technology, modeling and BI strategies. He works with clients to validate, consolidate their real estate portfolio quickly and efficiently with location intelligence, lending confidence to costly strategic location decisions. Dr. Gearey uncovers hidden geographies of opportunity and as a result brings business strategies into alignment with new location opportunities within the geosocial economy.
Dr. Wayne Gearey Bio
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