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Unformatted text preview: d Mining Sector continues to
add jobs given improving prices and technology
that make extraction of resources more feasible.
This should lead to 1,100 more jobs in 2012. With
modest increases in the supply of nonresidential
buildings and multifamily residential housing,
Construction will return to growth in 2012, climbing by 2,900 jobs.
The 2012 outlook for services employment shows
growth in all sectors but Information and Financial Activities, which will shed 500 and 1,000 jobs,
respectively. Information continues to shrink
primarily due to consolidations in telecom and
publishing, while Financial Activities needs fewer
employees in a slow banking and mortgage market.
Adding 7,500 jobs, growth will be led by Education
and Health Services, which weathered the recession
better than all other industries in Colorado. Professional and Business Services; Trade, Transportation, and Utilities; and Leisure and Hospitality will
continue to exhibit moderate employment growth
of 6,800, 2,400, and 3,800, respectively. Government will increas...
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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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