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Therefore the statistics should be read as a minimum level of vacancy in the NHS.
The historic low vacancy rate and the performance lower than the market is driven by the expansion and relocation of companies in manufacturing, transportation, and data centers.
(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.
But the economic slowdown this year sent the corresponding figure down to 201,000 in February, with the job vacancy rate declining from 3.36% to 2.84%.
Midtown posted its second consecutive quarter of falling vacancy rates in all building classes in the third quarter of 2011.
In the past, vacancy has fallen when employment was growing and risen when employment was falling.
However, consumer--related commercial real estate-retail centers--saw a significant rise in vacancy over the course of 2007, moving from 8.7 percent during the fourth quarter of 2006 to 9.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to Raymond Torto, principal of CBRE Torto Wheaton Research.
The overall vacancy rate for local authority social care staff has risen to 10.7% in 2003, according to the report.
Theorists at NIST have performed first principles calculations that have demonstrated that Pb-O vacancy pairs can be a significant source of "random" electric fields in Pb-based perovskite compounds, materials under development for electrostrictive transducers, actuators, and sonar devices for medical imaging and military applications.
His analysis of a large survey of employers revealed that there was now one vacancy for every two people unemployed and looking for work.