1) Since vacancy
is recognized as the greatest influence on rental rates, it follows that an equilibrium vacancy
rate is that rate that produces no upward or downward pressure on rents.
Even without the deluge of new supply hitting the market, vacancy
is on the way up.
According to the data of the State Statistical Office, in the third quarter of 2013, the job vacancy
rate was 1.
Muscat: The Ministry of Civil Service has announced that preliminary data for vacancy
announcement issued by the ministry on February 28, this year for 2,317 vacancies in different ministries shows the number of applicants has exceeded 45,000.
The DGBAS conducts two job vacancy
surveys in February and August per year to better know domestic demand for labor force.
The most recent four quarters of data on office space vacancy
show that the national vacancy
rate has stopped climbing and has ticked down from 17.
At the same time, the addition of a large amount of available space in Lower Manhattan pushed Class A vacancy
rates into double digits this quarter.
If a trust does not 'actively' recruit for a post then they do not declare it vacant and it isn't counted in the vacancy
4 percent vacancy
rate it began with, and the office sector's vacancy
rate fell 10 basis points to 12.
The report, which uses August as the most recent snapshot of vacancy
levels, indicated that the Lancaster station had a vacancy
rate of about 30 percent across the board, with the Lake Los Angeles group having five vacancies on its force of 18 and the Quartz Hill group having two vacancies out of a force of eight.
rates among children's social workers have fallen slightly in recent years--from 16% in 2000 to 11.
The dipole moment of the divacancy is greater than the dipole moment per unit cell in defect-free Pb-based ferroelectrics, indicating that Pb-O vacancy
pairs can be a significant source of local random fields in Pb-based perovskites.