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Michigan + 2008 - 2009
Jobs fell 5.8% Sales fell 3.2%
Primarily, the job loss was caused by establishments that went out of business during this period causing a 6.3% reduction of jobs. The number of job losses would have been greater if the expansions of existing companies had not added 0.4% more jobs during the same period. About 0.0% of job gains came from companies moving.
Sectors and Stages
RESIDENT: stand-alone establishments (business) in the area or businesses with headquarters in the same state. NONRESIDENT: establishments (businesses) that are located in the area but headquartered in a different state. NONCOMMERCIAL: educational institutions, post offices, government agencies and other nonprofit organizations.
The Resident sector is then subdivided into employment stages. The number in () denotes employees: Self-Employed (1), Stage 1 (2-9), Stage 2 (10-99), Stage 3 (100-499), and Stage 4 (500+).
Composition Jobs (Avg) - Sectors and Stages
Growth follows the change over time (period selected) by sector and stage – showing how this activity affects jobs gains and losses. The numbers used to calculate change are reflected in the tables below.
Growth Jobs (Change) - Sectors and Stages