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What is a Restaurant?

The August issue of Minnesota Employment Review is now available.

 

October 31, 2019



Restaurants play a unique role in our economy. They're a support service for other industries – recreation or office workers – and an attraction in themselves. Sometimes they sell atmosphere or an experience. Barriers to entry for new establishments can affect a quick trend makeover. What are those historical trends, and how are they changing? How are Minnesota restaurants different from other states or nationally? Location Patterns of Restaurants takes a big bite into the topic.

It's not the largest employing industry in Southeast Minnesota; however, Agriculture plays a role in the region’s economy. Three main sub-sectors – Crop Production; Animal Production and Aquaculture; and Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry – have all seen job growth over the last 10 years. Despite the loss of farms there are still job openings in the region. Read Southeast's Got Agriculture for more.

By the Numbers gives an overview of the state of the state: Unemployment statistics, most numerous occupations, largest impact industries.

Industry Snapshots cover Legislative and Other Government Support; Fabricated Metal Products; Food and Beverage Stores; and Food Manufacturing.

Also, Minnesota economic indicators, industrial and regional analysis, Current Employment Statistics and Local Area Unemployment Statistics.

The Minnesota Employment Review, published by the LMI Office, examines labor market conditions and key economic indicators statewide.

 

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