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Baltimore area remains 34,400 jobs short of pre-recession levels
Greater Baltimore’s private-sector employment level is still short of where it was prior to the recession, mirroring a nationwide trend.
Baltimore lost 34,400 jobs between September 2007 and September 2012, according to an On Numbers analysis. The 3.1 percent decline from 1,101,500 jobs to 1,067,100 ranks Baltimore 23rd in the U.S. for job losses during the period.
Overall, four-fifths of America’s major metropolitan areas still have fewer private-sector jobs than they did before the recession.
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