Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated or JLL is an American professional services and investment management company specializing in real estate. Since March 2014 it has officially marketed itself under the abbreviation "JLL". Global headquarters are located in Chicago, with an operational remit covering the Americas regional market. Sub-headquarters operate in London (covering the Europe, the Middle East and Africa regional market) and Singapore (covering the Asia Pacific regional market).

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  • Monthly employment growth surpassed the 200,000-mark for a second consecutive month in November, adding 228,000 jobs and countering hurricane-related pauses earlier in the year. Importantly, job growth is still taking place faster than the labor force is capable of expanding and with the participation rate not increasing, placing pressure on employers in primary, secondary and tertiary markets to...

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  • October saw 261,000 net new jobs added, a rebound from a weak September hit with two hurricanes and an initially negative employment growth figure. Revisions brought September back to positive territory, however, extending the expansionary streak to 84 consecutive months of growth. Although unemployment has fallen to 4.1 percent, wage growth has yet to meaningfully improve, remaining below the 3....

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  • The London leasing market has so far remained resilient to slower economic growth. Q3 take-up hit 3.3 million sq ft, bringing the year to date total to 8.1 million sq ft, 18% up on the 2016 total to end Q3, and comfortably ahead of long-term average levels. The rise of flexible offices has been a key feature, accounting for 17% of take-up in 2017.

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  • Three years from the start of the oil slump, employment and commercial real estate fundamentals are finally showing incremental improvement across North America’s energy markets. Examine the key themes in today’s industry and explores challenges and opportunities in seven energy-centric cities across the U.S. and Canada.

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  • After more than 80 consecutive months of growth, the U.S. labor market saw its first contraction, losing 33,000 jobs in net terms, largely a result of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The overwhelming majority of losses were concentrated in the leisure and hospitality sector, particularly in Florida (Puerto Rico is not counted in monthly figures), further exacerbating this contraction.

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  • When it comes to premium office space, creative firms are doing what they do best: driving change. JLL’s 2017 Skyline report shows that creative’s boomerang to this coveted space and the eighth straight year of occupancy growth are contributing to record rents and a landlord-friendly market. Skyline is JLL’s annual look at office space within some of the tallest buildings in 57 markets across N...

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  • The U.S. remains a top target for global capital. But just how much money is coming in, who is investing and where are they investing it? Take a look at the infographic above to see how foreign investors are claiming their piece of the commercial real estate pie. Download the latest U.S. Investment Outlook for more information: http://link.jll.com/H1-2017-USIO

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  • The national labor market saw 156,000 net new jobs added in August, a solid figure but below expectations. Additionally, previous months registered downward revisions to job growth, muting some of the rebound witnessed during the summer. Continuing a trend that has intensified in recent quarters, a lack of skilled workers combined with minimal unemployment and external difficulties such as housin...

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  • Corporate real estate directors are constantly challenged to balance the opportunities in a dynamic capital markets environment with the operational and financial goals of their companies. We encourage them to take an active role in collaborating with the senior finance and operation teams within their organization to develop a process for evaluating ownership versus leasing decisions. Our pape...

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  • Creative companies are changing the market for U.S. office space. In recent years, many creative firms in the technology, advertising, media, and information sectors left the office buildings that make up the Skylines of North America. They wanted nontraditional, eclectic spaces in cities and areas that may have been off the beaten path. But times are changing. High demand, expensive rents and lo...

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  • When it comes to premium office space, creative firms are doing what they do best: driving change. JLL’s 2017 Skyline report shows that creative’s boomerang to this coveted space and the eighth straight year of occupancy growth are contributing to record rents and a landlord-friendly market. Skyline is JLL’s annual look at office space within some of the tallest buildings in 57 markets across N...

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  • May saw the addition of only 138,000 net new jobs, while gains in previous months saw downward revisions. Minimal improvement in retail trade combined with contractions in government and information kept increases down, although professional services, education, health and leisure remained stable.

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  • In the latest edition of the Central London office market report, we explain that while take-up was subdued in Q1, active demand has risen, indicating sustained momentum in the leasing market. The investment market saw the highest trading volumes ever seen in the first quarter, buoyed by an influx of capital from Hong Kong and Germany.

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  • U.S. submarkets with public transportation outperform the national office market for vacancy, rents and development levels. The reason? More and more workers are demanding offices served by public transportation and so are companies to recruit and retain talent. This shift in market dynamics coincides with the push for more public transportation infrastructure by voters and elected officials acr...

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