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 revised January, 2013  
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Number of Persons Employed
The average number of persons employed (as measured by the Household Survey) in Sutter County increased 0.45% (160 persons) in 2012, compared to the 1.5% increase in 2011. The forecast for 2013, based on actual data through December, 2011, is for a similar increase of 0.75% (270 persons).
graph, Employment, 2000-2013
The average annual Unemployment Rate in Sutter County for 2012 was 17.6%, down from the 18.8% rate in 2011. The average annual rate for 2013, based on actual data through December, 2012, is expected to increase to 18.3%.
graph, Unemployment Rate, 1995-2013
Taxable Sales
Taxable Sales, all Outlets increased 2.4% to $1.2 billion in 2010, after sales in 2009 decreased, down $106.9 million (8.3%). The forecast for 2011, based on actual data through the 3rd quarter of 2011, is for an increase of 8.3%, followed by a 4.2% increase in 2012 and a 4.2% increase in 2013.
graph, Taxable Sales, all Outlets, 1995-2013
Data Tables
The Sacramento Forecast Project maintains files for these variables and the supporting variables for Sutter County, in Excel format, that can be made available on request.
table, Unemployment Rate, 1990-2013
table, Unemployment Rate, 1990-2013
table, Taxable Sales, all Outlets, 1990-2013
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Update: January, 2013
Next Revision: July, 2013

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