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Unformatted text preview: 393.0 142.5 5.6% 2005 2,588.4 2,455.8 132.6 5.1% 2006 2,655.6 2,541.8 113.7 4.3% 2007 2,698.6 2,598.4 100.2 3.7% 2008 2,737.3 2,605.5 131.7 4.8% 2009 2,727.6 2,501.8 225.8 8.3% 2010 2,687.4 2,447.7 239.7 8.9% 2011a 2,687.5 2,454.6 232.9 8.7% 2012b 2,737.5 2,506.7 230.8 8.4% a Estimated. b Forecast. Note: There are slight differences between the LAUS data series and the CES employment data series that is used throughout the rest of this book. Source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (LAUS data) and Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee. 11 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook Colorado Economic, Employment, and Population Outlook continued from page 11 The CES data set is the most frequently cited labor series and is typically used to evaluate sector trends. Compiled from a survey of companies, it includes full-time and part-time workers, temporary workers, employees on paid holiday or sick leave, and those who worked for only part of a pay period. It does not include sole proprietors. CES data for a...
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