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Unformatted text preview: omic Outlook Summary C olorado, like the rest of the nation, experienced slow growth in 2011. The state added 27,500 jobs in 2011, a gain of only 1.2%, which only makes up one-fifth of the jobs lost from 2008 through 2010. For the decade, population gains outstripped job gains nearly 30-to-1. While some of these people represent retirees, others are now self-employed and thus may be working, but are not counted in total nonfarm employment rolls. The consensus of the 2012 estimating committees is that nascent employment growth will continue in 2012, with the state adding another 23,000 new jobs. Over the past 10 years, goods-producing industries lost a net 93,200 jobs, while services-producing ESTIMATED NET JOBS CREATED IN NONAGRICULTURAL ESTIMATED nET jOBS CREATED In nOnAGRICULTURAL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT SECTORS WAGE AnD SALARy EMPLOyMEnT SECTORS 2001-2012 2000–2012 (In Thousands) (In Thousands) Sectora Mining and Logging Construction Manufacturing Total Goods Producing Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Information Financial Activities Professional and Business Services Education an...
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