The state has combined 40,629 jobs in a past year, a benefit of 1.4 percent, a group pronounced in a release. U.S. pursuit expansion in a past 12 months was 1.7 percent.
The state’s seasonally practiced practice rate in Aug climbed 0.1 percent from a prior month to 4 percent. The U.S. stagnation rate was 4.9 percent, a group said.
“Job expansion over a past year indicates a Minnesota economy is expanding during a healthy pace,” pronounced DEED Commissioner Shawntera Hardy. “Seven of a state’s 11 vital industrial sectors combined jobs in a final 12 months, and other mercantile measures indicate to continued growth.”
Trade, travel and utilities led all sectors in Aug with 2,300 new jobs. Other sectors gaining jobs were preparation and health services (up 700), supervision (up 600) and information (up 500). Logging and mining hold steady.
The following industries mislaid jobs in August: construction (down 1,900), other services (down 1,100), production (down 1,000), financial activities (down 700), convenience and liberality (down 700), and veteran and business services (down 200).
In a past year, preparation and health services led all sectors with 21,590 new jobs, a recover said. Leisure and liberality combined 9,039 jobs, followed by trade, travel and utilities (up 5,677), construction (up 5,087), financial activities (up 1,728), veteran and business services (up 1,217), and supervision (up 327).
The following sectors mislaid jobs in a past 12 months: information (down 2,174), logging and mining (down 1,147), production (down 511) and other services (down 204).