93 2012 colorado business economic outlook

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Unformatted text preview: owing administrative needs associated with rising volunteerism. < 93 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook Government T he Government Supersector encompasses federal, state, and local workers, and represents the second-largest provider of jobs in the Colorado economy, behind the Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Supersector. Despite a national decline in the Government Supersector in 2010, Colorado Government employment rose 0.9%, to 393,900 employees, with increases in federal and state government employment. The local government subsector includes municipalities, counties, school districts, and special districts, and is the leading subsector, followed by state and federal government employment in the state. Impacted by the recession and slow recovery, federal, state, and local governments have pulled back spending. As a result, Government employment in Colorado is expected to fall 0.4%, to 392,200, in 2011. However, growth in the number of state workers is anticipated to rebound a...
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