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 For a more extensive discussion of recent trends in the state’s coal and natural gas industries, see the Energy section of Chapter 3 in this report.
 All forecast estimates for this document are derived from the West Virginia University Bureau of Business & Economic Research Econometric Model, unless otherwise noted. The model is based on an analysis of more than 100 variables that characterize the West Virginia economy.
 This percentage includes federal government employment in West Virginia, in addition to state and local government employment.
 Census data on state government finances are for the 2016 fiscal year. Data for the 2017 fiscal year are not scheduled for release by the US Census Bureau until Fall 2019.