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Statistics from 2006 indicate that business development has continued to grow in the state of Alabama. While the job growth dropped by 1.8%, it remained higher than the United States average.
Alabama is well known for its construction industry, as well as its hospitality. These industries saw a rapid growth in 2006, and the labor market maintained its position. The unemployment rate for Alabama is 3.6 percent, much lower than the American average.
At the same time, business bankruptcies remained quite high. By the second quarter of 2006, bankruptcy filings in Alabama reached 4.24 for every 1000 residents.
One business industry that has continued to grow in Alabama is real estate. During the first six months of 2006, real estate sales increase by almost 3%, which is much higher than 2005.
Despite this, the inventories also increased, and they did so much faster than real estate sales. Much of the real estate sales in 2006 were a result of creative real estate deals, and these deals made up over 20% of sales that occured througout the state.
Manufacturing businesses have continued to grow in the state, and this can also be reflected in the employment rates. While the appreciation of homes was quite high, it still did not surpass the national average.
Residential construction is an industry that has continued to grow. Its growth in 2006 was relatively small, and it was 2.4% higher than 2005.
Because of Hurricane Katrina, the property insurance industry continues to be...