Data business linked to marketing activities grew 35% and created 650,000 U.S. jobs between 2012 and 2014, DMA reports.

Two years ago, for the first time, the Direct Marketing Association put a number—$156 billion—on what it called the data-driven marketing economy (DDME) in the United States. Yesterday it released a follow-up report showing that data isn’t just driving, it’s speeding. It clocked in at $202 billion in 2014, a two-year increase of 35%, and it employed nearly a million people—650,000 more than it did in 2012.

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