Employment in the US Auto Industry, 2001 - 2007

Chart shows location quotient for NAICS 3361 Motor vehicle manufacturing, including subsets 336111 Automobile manufacturing, 336112 Light truck and utility vehicle manufacturing, and 336120 Heavy duty truck manufacturing "Everywhere else" includes employment in Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas
Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages

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I can that the employment

I can that the employment rates have dropped in recent years, I wish you had some statistics on that starting from 2008, I am sure we would have witnessed some interesting trends. I am still waiting for a price reduction of the hybrid cars, only after that I will be able to afford one. Until then I am just keeping my good old car, I have car insurance Ireland quotes on it so it's pretty convenient at the moment.

It shows the sudden decline

It shows the sudden decline of employment in the auto (car parts) industry especially in Ohio and Michigan. How about 2008?


Well with the economic recession it is no wonders employment has gone down. And so have the car sales , the only think good about this is that the car parts business has gone up , people prefer to buy new parts like brake rotors and pads , rather than buy a new car.