NADA’s recently released state-by-state retail data shows the auto industry’s impact on the overall U.S. economy, including employment and payroll figures, tax data and more.
Based on 2020 data, Michigan dealerships created 70,725 total jobs (which includes induced jobs) and supported a $2.1 billion payroll. This includes $575 million paid toward state and federal income taxes (based on direct, indirect and induced jobs). Michigan accounted for 3.9 percent of total U.S. new-vehicle registrations, and $2.3 billion in state sales tax paid!
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