Missouri Private Nonfarm Employment Growth Rate by County

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Private nonfarm employment, percent change, 2012-2013 - (Percent)
County Value
Adair 0.8
Andrew -3.4
Atchison 1.6
Audrain -0.1
Barry 0.3
Barton 6.2
Bates -7.3
Benton 0.1
Bollinger 1.4
Boone 2.1
Buchanan 2.3
Butler 0.9
Caldwell -4.7
Callaway 5.7
Camden 1.6
Cape Girardeau 4.9
Carroll 6.5
Carter 5.9
Cass 2.8
Cedar -1.7
Chariton -2.4
Christian -0.3
Clark 3.5
Clay 5.2
Clinton -0.9
Cole -1.8
Cooper -5.0
Crawford -1.6
Dade -6.5
Dallas 4.4
Daviess 2.2
DeKalb 0.8
Dent -2.6
Douglas -8.0
Dunklin 2.3
Franklin 1.6
Gasconade 3.8
Gentry -4.2
Greene -3.2
Grundy 2.6
Harrison 2.3
Henry -1.0
Hickory 2.6
Holt 4.0
Howard 1.3
Howell 0.0
Iron 3.5
Jackson 0.1
Jasper -1.3
Jefferson -0.1
Johnson -2.2
Knox -1.9
Laclede -2.1
Lafayette -0.5
Lawrence 2.7
Lewis -2.9
Lincoln -3.0
Linn -4.0
Livingston -3.0
Macon -0.8
Madison 6.6
Maries 2.6
Marion -0.8
McDonald -1.4
Mercer -7.5
Miller -1.5
Mississippi 2.9
Moniteau -3.2
Monroe 3.8
Montgomery -0.8
Morgan -0.5
New Madrid -1.3
Newton -2.2
Nodaway -3.4
Oregon 3.4
Osage 3.4
Ozark -7.3
Pemiscot -5.2
Perry 1.0
Pettis -1.7
Phelps 0.7
Pike 0.6
Platte -3.9
Polk 1.7
Pulaski 1.3
Putnam 4.5
Ralls -2.8
Randolph -6.8
Ray 1.2
Reynolds 2.9
Ripley -0.6
Saline 3.1
Schuyler -15.5
Scotland -0.6
Scott 3.2
Shannon 5.2
Shelby -2.6
St. Charles 2.6
St. Clair -5.5
St. Francois 0.5
St. Louis 2.5
St. Louis city -1.0
Ste. Genevieve -2.4
Stoddard 0.6
Stone -0.8
Sullivan -2.3
Taney 0.7
Texas -0.3
Vernon 6.4
Warren 0.0
Washington 8.3
Wayne 0.3
Webster -2.8
Worth 19.3
Wright -2.3