WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 1, 2017) — American University announces the second annual Kogod Greater Washington Millennial Index, a new report that provides actionable research for regional business and community leaders to help them understand, attract, manage or retain millennials in the greater Washington area. Research shows millennials are the consumers and leaders of the future, attracting their tech-savvy skills and forward thinking perspectives will be essential for growth in the coming decades.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 6, 2017) — American University announces the 2017 Kogod Cyber Security Report, an assessment of the Washington, DC metro region’s cybersecurity industry. The cybersecurity industry in the Washington, DC metro region (“the Region”) is well established. This report lays out its size, its activities, and a path for future development.
Millennials are a large and important generation that will dominate the workforce over the coming decades. The greater Washington area attracted more than its fair share of these educated, diverse twenty-somethings during the recession and recovery, but now that pace has slowed. Should we be worried? And what does it mean for the future?
The Kogod Greater Washington Index: Millennials was conceived to find out what Millennials want in a place to live and work, and to see how the greater Washington area measured up in 2015.
The DC Dashboard is a website maintained by Kogod School of Business as an opportunity for our region to benchmark itself against other areas of the country to let us see how we measure up, and what our strengths and weaknesses are.
The Dashboard compares our region against ten other metro regions in the country, and focuses on a series of indicators in the following categories:
Arts, Demographics, Economy, Education, Environment, Government, Health, Housing, Public Safety, Transportation and Sustainability.