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The Delaware business market experienced tremendous growth during 2006. The total employment growth rate for this state was 1.6 percent by the second quarter.
It should be noted that this was slightly higher than the national average, which was 1.4 percent. The two months were growth was very evident is in August and July. The unemployment rate was low, a reflection of the business growth in the region.
Statistics show that the labor market was very tight in 2006, with an umeployment rate of 3.7 percent. While business growth was high throughout the state, the growth was very evident in the Wilmington metropolitan area.
Some of the business sectors that grew the fastest during 2006 was government, health, and professional services.
However, it should be emphasized that there were industries that declined in the state. Some of these were manufacturing, tourism, and hospitality. While the job growth in Kent County is relatively slow, it has slowed at a much lower pace than Sussex County.
While the real state industry has declined in many states, it has been a source of growth in the state of Delaware. For instance, job growth in the real estate industry played a role in over 20% of the job growth experienced during 2006 and the four previous years.
While growth in the real estate industry remained positive during 2006, statistics show that this industry has slowed down.
Despite this, it is still much higher than the national average, expanding three times higher than the...