The Bureau of Labor Statistics provided some encouraging news that indicated Michigan’s economy continues to recover. The state’s private sector added 221,292 jobs in the second quarter of 2010 and lost only 184,025.

The net creation of 37,267 jobs was the best quarter the state had since the first quarter of 2001.

Michigan has a very dynamic economy with jobs being added and lost every day. After a couple of brutal quarters, Michigan is showing many signs of improvement.


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