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June 2016 - Minnesota Employment Review

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Minnesota Job Outlook to 2024

Based on currently available data, this is what we think will happen to Minnesota’s economy in the next 10 years.

Commuting Patterns in the Twin Cities

If you’ve ever sat in traffic in the Twin Cities wondering where all these cars come from, wonder no longer.

G is for Guard

A wide range of occupations are available to people interested in guard work.

H is for Home Health Aide

Minnesota simply doesn’t have enough people working in this industry as Minnesota residents age and need a little more help.

Fun With Statistics

What sort of wages can new hires hope to earn and how do they compare with what the seasoned veterans make for the same job?

Industrial Analysis

An analysis of what industries saw employment growth both from May 2015 to May 2016.

Regional Analysis

A regional breakdown of job growth for May 2016

Minnesota Economic Indicators

A comprehensive look at economic indicators for May 2016, including the Minnesota and U.S. Indices.

Consumer Price Index

Information on the U.S. Consumer Price Index for May 2016

Local Area Unemployment Statistics

The Local Area Unemployment Statistics or LAUS tool provides labor force, employment, and unemployment estimates.

Current Employment Statistics

The Current Employment Statistics (CES) Program, a monthly survey of 5,900 nonfarm employers, provides monthly data on employment by industry. The data offer a snapshot of the health of the economy.

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