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Unformatted text preview: n for the analysis of each of the NAICS supersectors by providing an overview of labor force and wage and salary employment totals. For 47 years, the Colorado Business Economic Outlook has been compiled by industry leaders in As a supplement to the information gained in this book, business leaders are invited to track the performance of the Colorado economy throughout the year via the LBCI. For additional information about how to participate as a panelist or receive survey results, go to leeds.colorado.edu/brd and select Leeds Business Confidence Index. Labor Data Sets The data for this forecast are derived from two U.S. sources from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS): Current Employment Statistics (CES) and Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS). continued on page 12 COLORADO RESIDENT LABOR FORCE COLORADO RESIDEnT LABOR FORCE, 2003–2012 2003-2012 (Not Seasonally (not Seasonally Adjusted) (In Thousands) Adjusted) (In Thousands) Labor Force Colorado Labor Force Total Employment Unemployed Unemployment Rate 2003 2,492.3 2,339.5 152.8 6.1% 2004 2,535.4 2,...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.

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