November 12, 2009 (The Editor’s Desk is updated each business day.)

Manhattan business employment dynamics: net change in jobs, 1992–2007

Changes in total employment, Manhattan, third quarter 1992–fourth quarter 2007
Quarter Net change Gross gains Gross losses

1992 III

-7,189 107,470 -114,659

1992 IV

-18,426 103,254 -121,680

1993 I

8,637 125,012 -116,375

1993 II

1,436 112,784 -111,348

1993 III

7,089 130,498 -123,409

1993 IV

-255 111,646 -111,901

1994 I

13,128 122,308 -109,180

1994 II

5,445 111,575 -106,130

1994 III

13,767 123,722 -109,955

1994 IV

-3,250 114,628 -117,878

1995 I

998 116,541 -115,543

1995 II

-1,882 113,422 -115,304

1995 III

8,238 117,545 -109,307

1995 IV

4,787 124,884 -120,097

1996 I

17,191 131,115 -113,924

1996 II

7,993 125,224 -117,231

1996 III

10,135 131,451 -121,316

1996 IV

10,038 135,047 -125,009

1997 I

15,717 129,456 -113,739

1997 II

3,592 122,905 -119,313

1997 III

23,325 128,502 -105,177

1997 IV

4,721 131,691 -126,970

1998 I

12,224 137,057 -124,833

1998 II

3,818 132,541 -128,723

1998 III

20,024 141,102 -121,078

1998 IV

8,920 128,850 -119,930

1999 I

8,040 136,161 -128,121

1999 II

-3,264 142,942 -146,206

1999 III

15,023 149,415 -134,392

1999 IV

17,878 152,977 -135,099

2000 I

24,672 152,339 -127,667

2000 II

16,168 151,810 -135,642

2000 III

28,843 158,363 -129,520

2000 IV

1,507 147,447 -145,940

2001 I

-6,974 138,853 -145,827

2001 II

-36,824 127,780 -164,604

2001 III

-52,145 116,820 -168,965

2001 IV

-58,060 121,194 -179,254

2002 I

-2,361 132,725 -135,086

2002 II

-8,529 116,933 -125,462

2002 III

-19,138 106,908 -126,046

2002 IV

-4,414 111,274 -115,688

2003 I

-7,089 107,748 -114,837

2003 II

-9,085 99,955 -109,040

2003 III

2,942 111,122 -108,180

2003 IV

2,328 103,449 -101,121

2004 I

-691 111,181 -111,872

2004 II

11,866 114,422 -102,556

2004 III

3,909 113,659 -109,750

2004 IV

4,165 111,299 -107,134

2005 I

9,689 113,138 -103,449

2005 II

13,476 114,334 -100,858

2005 III

12,390 114,231 -101,841

2005 IV

14,228 107,652 -93,424

2006 I

6,527 111,438 -104,911

2006 II

23,800 118,529 -94,729

2006 III

5,789 103,681 -97,892

2006 IV

12,912 108,323 -95,411

2007 I

17,420 111,890 -94,470

2007 II

17,676 113,932 -96,256

2007 III

2,999 105,921 -102,922

2007 IV

18,696 113,759 -95,063

These data featured in the TED article, Manhattan business employment dynamics: net change in jobs, 1992–2007.

 

 

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