Job creation in North Carolina: where are the new jobs coming from?
John D. Kasarda, David L. Birch, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise. Center for Competitiveness and Employment Growth, Cognetics Corporation
UNC Business School at Chapel Hill, Center for Competitiveness and Employment Growth, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, 1988 - Business & Economics - 81 pages
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Amount and Type Apparel Appendix Automotv branches of out-of-state Bureau of Labor business services business startups Central Piedmont region closures Cognetics companies Competitiveness and Employment Construction contractions contributed Current Population Survey Data Base Department of Labor detailed industry DMI File Drinking Places Dun & Bradstreet Durable East Piedmont West Eastern North Carolina Eating & Drinking economic employees employment change employment gains employment growth Enterprise Size Establishments by Enterprise expansions f ference fewer than 20 Growth Index high growth establishments independents Inmoves Job Change job creation job gains job growth Jobs Created Labor Statistics manufacturing Mining Misc NonMetal North Dakota outmoves Ownership Status past four Percent of Rapidly Rapidly Growing Establishments Real Estate Region Jobs Regional Net Job retail trade Rhode Island sector Special Trade Contractors specific industries state's Subsidiary Textile thousand jobs three regions Transport & Utilities U.S. Department unemployed Wholesale Trade Wholesale-Durables