DIANE Publishing, 1996 - 64 páginas
A source of information on the economy of the 8 states in the Northwestern U.S. (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington Nevada, Utah & the Northern 30 counties of California, with some consideration of developments in the neighboring Canadian provinces of British Columbia & Alberta). Includes information on population, employment, & migration; & income. Also trends in selected major industries: agriculture, high technology, travel & tourism, & construction & real estate. Discusses property rights & salmon recovery. Over 80 maps, charts & graphs.
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1993 percent change 41 Figure Agricultural Receipts—Livestock Alaska annual average Benton and Franklin Boise Bureau of Economic California Capita Personal Income Carson City Carson City County Center Changes by Sector closures Comm Construction Employment continued County Residential Building county's decline Earnings by Industry Economic Analysis Employment by Sector Employment Changes employment gains expand facility federal forest products Franklin Counties Gross Domestic Product Growth by County growth rate high tech High Technology Idaho increase inmigration Lewiston located major Micron Technology million Montana national average Nevada Nez Perce County Nonagricultural Employment Nonagricultural Wage Northern 30 Northwest Oregon population growth Portland programs province rapid growth Receipts—Livestock and crops region Residential Building Permits Sacramento Salary Employment Growth salmon Shasta County Silver Bow County Source state's Total Personal Income Transfer Payments travel and tourism Tri-Cities U.S. Bancorp Umatilla County Utah County Util Valdez Valdez-Cordova Vegas Wage and Salary Washington
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Página 10 - MSA (includes Clark and Nye Counties in Nevada and Mohave County in Arizona) • Featured County Source: Nevada Department of Employment . figure 10 During 1994, the new resorts boosted visitor volumes in Las Vegas by 19 percent, to 28.2 million visitors. The casinos' win in Clark County during 1994 was $5.389 billion, up 14.9 percent from 1993.