Cyber will be the Augusta area’s anchor as it weathers the nation’s stormy, COVID-shaken economy.

That’s among the conclusions drawn in the Georgia Economic Outlook, an annual forecast presented by the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.

Augusta lost 10.2% of its jobs during the COVID-19 recession, analysts found. But it fared better than the state and the nation, positioning the Augusta area for a swift recovery in 2021.

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