Minnesota’s well-paying jobs shift to health care

Posted on March 26th, 2013 by Logan Lafferty

Minnesota is just 1,000 jobs short of replacing the 160,000 jobs it lost during the Great Recession. But well-paying construction and manufacturing jobs are down over the past five years while health care jobs are on the rise, according to a Finance & Commerce analysis of state jobs data…Rochester-based Mayo Clinic, Minnesota’s largest private employer, saw its jobs in the state grow 6.6 percent, to 41,431, from 2008 to 2012.


Finance & Commerce by Chris Newmarker

Tags: Finance & Commerce, health care jobs, Human Resources, Industry News & Competitive Intelligence, Mayo Clinic Rochester, recession, well-paying jobs

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