Kirk Pinho| Crain’s Detroit Business
Economists predict higher salaries and more metro Detroit jobs in 2015, but consumers aren’t yet sold on the news.
Stronger auto sales are expected to boost the local economy, but the national outlook has consumers feeling negative.
These results are to be announced Monday as Oakland University releases the latest Southeastern Michigan Economic Outlook results. They show local economists in the public and private sector and executives are relatively hopeful about economic factors like private-sector employment, unemployment and per-capita income improvement through the end of 2015.