One month of encouraging jobs data is hardly enough to declare a rip-roaring recovery of Michigan’s feeble economy — but it’s nothing to sneeze at, either.

“There’s no guarantee, but evidence is building that Michigan has finally turned the corner. The private sector is starting to grow again,” James Hohman, a fiscal policy analyst with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, told me Tuesday after he blogged about Michigan leading the nation in job growth, with a gain of 27,800 jobs in July.

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