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Abstract

Economic trends depicting recent shifts of total employment in Minnesota to services-producing industries are presented for comparison with corresponding trends in personal income and state receipts. In this report, simple tabular presentations accompany the discussion of these trends and their immediate and long-term implications for the Minnesota economy. A shift-share model was used to partition the external and local sources of employment change which accounted for the industry employment shifts in the 1975-1980 period.

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