Worcester Business Journal

June 24, 2024

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Worcester Business Journal WBJ LIST: TOP CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE; LARGEST WORCESTER PROPERTY TAXPAYERS Retaining nurses UMass Memorial program fights against burnout. | 16 Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Volume 35 • Number 13 $3.50 June 24, 2024 New $50M fund seeks to address housing crisis and lack of diversity in development. 8 Starts on page 10 2 0 2 4 WBJ's annual Midyear Economic Forecast finds business leaders and economists largely are encouraged by 2024, even as consumers aren't feeling the vibe. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION | AI GENERATED/ADOBE FIREFLY Survey: Reserved positivity In WBJ's midyear survey, business leaders largely are feeling good about where the economy has gone and is going in 2024, with some reservations. | 10 Not feeling the vibecession Consumers may not be over the moon about the economy, but Central Mass. economists and business leaders see a somewhat stable economy headed in the right direction. | 13 Strategies for the economy Know How advice columnists Stephanie Martin and Chris Hudach from Bank of America offer strategies for small businesses to navigate the current economy. | 23 Developing equity

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