GSU economist says Georgia experiencing a white-collar, middle management recession

GSU economist says Georgia there's been a huge cut in middle management jobs. (Courtesy of Alexander Grey)

Dr. Rajeev Dhawan, the director of Georgia State University Economic Forecasting Center, says in the last nine months, there’s been a huge cut in middle management and white-collar jobs—that are trickling over to technology.

These were all findings of Dhawan’s latest analysis of the economic outlook for Georgia and the nation.

On Wednesday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Dhawan talked more with show host Rose Scott about his report. He also shared his predictions about when interest rates could drop and when more technology jobs could return.