NCEDC lured, retained 612 jobs in 2012
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.
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.
More breaking news...
CU to break ground May 12 for sports facilities upgrades
Noble Energy's CEO Davidson to retire in May
The CU Board of
Noble Energy's board plans to appoint president
VanDyne SuperTurbo raises $15 million
Regional craft brewers bring home the medals