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Unformatted text preview: General State Education Total State Total Federal Total Government 2003 107.2 115.2 222.4 30.1 50.2 80.3 53.5 356.2 2004 108.4 115.8 224.2 29.7 51.8 81.5 52.9 358.5 2005 109.9 117.7 227.6 30.0 52.3 82.3 52.7 362.6 2006 112.8 119.8 232.6 30.3 52.2 82.5 52.2 367.2 2007 115.4 122.4 237.8 31.3 53.4 84.7 52.1 374.7 2008 118.9 125.1 244.0 32.4 55.4 87.8 52.4 384.1 2009 119.2 127.1 246.3 32.6 58.1 90.7 53.5 390.5 2010a 118.0 126.7 244.7 32.7 60.3 93.0 56.2 393.9 2011b 116.2 126.3 242.6 33.1 62.0 95.1 54.5 392.2 2012c 114.8 128.0 242.8 33.6 62.6 96.2 53.6 392.6 a Revised. b Estimated. c Forecast. Note: Due to rounding, the sum of the individual components of government may not equal the total. Sources: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee. Page83 95 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook Government continued from page 95 funding was the greatest per capita in small, rural communities across the state. State Government 2% in the rest of the country. The comparative strength of Colorado Government employment has largely...
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