Minneapolis, like the rest of the nation, is feeling the effects of the recession. That’s why we’re working hard to make the most of federal stimulus funding. We’re taking that job seriously, because at the end of the day, that’s money that we’ll use to put people to work, to rebuild our infrastructure, and to make Minneapolis an even stronger place to live, work, or run a business.
We’re dedicated to going about this work as transparently as possible—by sharing as much information as we can along the way. We hope you find this Web site a valuable resource.
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Note on Full Time Job Equivalents: The federal government defines jobs by a mathematical formula resulting in "FTE " or "full-time job equivalents " accounted for on an annual basis. Therefore, a summer youth job, for example, may appear as ".25 FTE, " while that youth would have been employed full-time for the summer.
In this chart "full-time job equivalents" indicates the count based on the federal formula, while "people employed" indicates how many people went to work during the reporting quarter as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act programs in Minneapolis.
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This site was created for the reporting requirements of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The reporting period has ended. This site is being maintained for historical purposes.
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