Adam Ozimek

Adam Ozimek is an economist in the West Chester office of Moody’s Analytics. Adam covers state and regional economies, as well U.S. labor markets and demographics. Prior to joining Moody’s Analytics, Adam was Senior Economist and Director of Research for Econsult Solutions, an economics consulting company. He received his PhD in economics from Temple University and his bachelor’s degree in economics from West Chester University. Twitter: @economics_ma 

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Recent Articles By The Author

Wage Increases at McDonald's, Wal-Mart and Others Signal Healthier Job Market

Wage Increases at McDonald's, Wal-Mart and Others Signal Healthier Job Market

Increasing U.S. wages is a signal of a strong labor economy.

Are the Rumors of a Construction Worker Shortage True?

Are the Rumors of a Construction Worker Shortage True?

Reports of a construction worker shortage may be overblown at this point, the data show.

The Aging U.S. Population Could Stymie Future Job Growth

The Aging U.S. Population Could Stymie Future Job Growth

Analysis of economic data show that employment growth could be reduced by half a percentage point a year, a significant setback.

The Good News About Wal-Mart Raising Its Workers’ Wages

The Good News About Wal-Mart Raising Its Workers’ Wages

Wal-Mart’s decision to raise wages for its workers to a minimum of $9 an hour was likely driven by more than just public relations.