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The figures for 2011 were not tracked by the organization.
The average compensation for these jobs was $61,500, compared with the average Larimer County compensation of $55,000 in 2012.
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In addition, the 612 jobs helped support 447 secondary jobs with an average compensation of $34,200.
In total, this resulted in 1,059 primary and secondary created and retained jobs in Larimer County with an average annual compensation of $50,000, according to the NCEDC’s 2012 annual report.
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story did not include the NCEDC’s figures for jobs retained in 2012.