2017 Index News Coverage

Every year the release of the Silicon Valley Index draws extensive media coverage from around the world for its findings, data, trends and other indicators measuring the economic health and community well being of Silicon Valley. Local newspapers and broadcast outlets, national network news organizations and wire services, financial and government publications and news sources as far away as Europe, India, Asia and Australia all have reported on the Index.

February 17, 2017 - (Palo Alto Online) - Report: More People leaving Silicon Valley Than Coming In: Healthy Job Growth Resulting in Housing Shortages, Worsening Traffic: "That's the overarching message of the 2017 Silicon Valley Index, a comprehensive look at the region that the nonprofit Joint Venture Silicon Valley released Thursday morning." More

February 17, 2017 - (San Jose Mercury News) - The Future of Cars - Connected, Electric and Shared: "Joint Venture President Russell Hancock said that the average commuting time for the region’s workers has crept up since 2005. Workers now lose 35 hours annually due to congestion." More.

February 16, 2017 - (Silicon Valley Business Journal) - Silicon Valley Economy Took a Pause in 2016, but There's No 'Bubble Bursting,' Report says: "The Bay Area's economy — from Silicon Valley up to San Francisco — took a breather in 2016, with several key indicators dropping from 2015 but still showing long-term gains, according to the newly released 2017 Silicon Valley Index." More

February 16, 2017 - (San Jose Mercury News) - Silicon Valley Economy Slows, but Still Grows: "'We are driving a race car, but instead of driving at 120 miles an hour, maybe we’re going at 110 miles an hour. But we still are in a race car,' said Russell Hancock, chief executive officer of Joint Venture Silicon Valley." More.

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Data and charts from the Silicon Valley Index (and more) are available on a dynamic and interactive website that allows users to further explore Silicon Valley trends.

The site is maintained and constantly updated by Joint Venture's Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, and is a robust collection of charts and information with links to local, regional, and national data sources, as well as additional related online resources within the following categories: People, Economy, Society, Place, and Governance.

Joint Venture Publications

Joint Venture produces and provides supporting documents and research for a wide array of Silicon Valley interests. We also help to support our initiatives through the publication of the annual Silicon Valley Index and a variety of other periodic reports and white papers.