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T-SQL: flattening rows with counts

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A simplified version of the data I have looks like this:

Store      DateHired      DateTerminated      
10      20090701
10      20110120                     20110817
10      20010601                     20120120
20      20030110                     20110817
20      20110802                     20110817
20              20110817      
20      20110817
20      20110817


What I want back looks like this:

Date            Store      HireCount      TerminatedCount
20010601                      10      1            NULL
20030110                      20      1            NULL
20090701                      10      1            NULL
20110120                      10      1            NULL
20110802                      20      1            NULL
20110817                      10                  1
20110817                      20      3            2
20110817                      20                  2


How do achieve this?  Please advise.
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Question by:Paula DiTallo
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Something like this would work.  

DECLARE @Table TABLE(store INT,datehired VARCHAR(10), DateTerminated VARCHAR(10))


INSERT INTO @Table 
        (store, datehired, DateTerminated)
VALUES
        (10,'20090701',NULL)
		,(20,'20110120','20110817')
		,(20,'20110817',NULL)
		,(20,'20110817',NULL)


;WITH CTE AS (
SELECT
	Store
	,DateHired
	,1 Hired
FROM
	@Table
UNION ALL
SELECT
	Store
	,DateTerminated
	,0
FROM
	@Table
WHERE
	DateTerminated IS NOT NULL)

SELECT 
	c.DateHired
	,c.Store	
	,SUM(CASE WHEN Hired = 1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) HireCount
	,SUM(CASE WHEN Hired = 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) TerminatedCount
FROM 
	CTE c
GROUP BY
	c.Store
	,c.DateHired

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