That's close to the average over-the-year
increase for the past two years and well above inflation, which has been almost flat nationally," he said.
health care industry employment increase was concentrated in selected ambulatory health care services, as shown by this tabulation:
change in total nonfarm employment by industry, seasonally adjusted
March's rate was down a full percentage point from March 2010, the largest over-the-year
decline since August 1987.
First, we calculated over-the-year
changes in employment for each county from 1999 to 2006 using Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In the manufacturing subsectors, 8 of the 21 experienced over-the-year
decreases in the number of layoff events.
advances were noted for investment income, donations from hospital staff, and funds raised through special events.
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The strongest over-the-year
gains occurred in wholesale trade and government.
February's decline was eight-tenths of a percentage point from February 2010, the largest over-the-year
decline since February 1995.
Price indexes for goods generally went from over-the-year
declines in 2008 to over-the-year
increases in 2009.
Tree northerly States--North Dakota, Idaho, and Massachusetts--happened to record the largest over-the-year
increases in multiple jobholding rates.