Prior to joining U.S. Travel in January 2011, Huether held the position of Chief Economist at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). In this role, he served as the organization’s economic forecaster, as well as a principal spokesman on economic matters important to America’s industrial base. Before coming to the NAM in 1997, Huether worked as an economist with the Bureau of Economic Analysis at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
He received his bachelor’s degree from Guilford College in 1990, and his graduate degree in economics from the George Washington University in 1997.
All PostsBy David Huether
February 01, 2019
Travel was a major factor in the overall 304,000-job increase in nonfarm employment in January, accounting for 11 percent of the rise in U.S. employment last month.Read More
January 07, 2019
The partial federal government shutdown could reach a cost of more than $100 million daily for the U.S. economy just through the impact on travel.Read More