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The Forgotten Middle: NIC’s Middle Market Seniors Housing Study Soon to be Released

The long-awaited results of “The Forgotten Middle:  Middle Market Seniors Housing Study” will soon be released, in conjunction with two upcoming events. A peer-reviewed manuscript, two perspective articles, and two blog posts, all to be published by Health Affairs, will be released at the upcoming Health Affairs policy forum in Washington, D.C. on April 24th. […]

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Fostering Leadership in Seniors Housing and Care: NIC and NELS

As a mission-driven, non-profit organization, NIC is committed to supporting and developing the future leaders influencing seniors housing and care. In its selective process, NIC objectively chooses accomplished young professionals in the seniors housing and care and finance sectors to form the NIC Future Leaders Council (FLC). While gaining valuable experience developing their leadership skills, FLC members further NIC’s mission of enabling access and choice in […]

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196,000 Jobs Created in March 2019

The Labor Department reported that there were 196,000 jobs added in March, above the consensus expectation of 177,000.  This marked the 102nd consecutive month of job growth.  The latest three-month average is 180,000, less than last year’s 223,000 monthly average but still strong and consistent with more modest growth anticipated for 2019. January was revised […]

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What Do Workers Want?

A conversation with human resources expert Valerie Armstrong on how to develop programs to match the needs of different generations.  In a tight labor market, the recruitment and retention of top-quality staff is a big priority.   The labor pool is not monolithic, however, according to Valerie Armstrong, a human resources expert who speaks at senior living forums.  It’s important to understand […]

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Game Changer! NIC MAP® Introduces Rate Tiers

NIC MAP® Seniors Housing Rate Tiers Similar to the intent of “class categorizations” seen across other commercial real estate property types, NIC MAP® has recently developed a “rate tiers” approach to our seniors housing property database that is quantitative and objective, with a goal to further segment our data for our clients. Useful to investors, […]

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