Update on Oklahoma’s economy: Spotlight on Oklahoma housing conditions
Chad Wilkerson and
Oklahoma Economist, 2012, issue Q I
Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outperform the nation in late 2011. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from a year ago, and the state continues to move closer to pre-recession employment levels. Manufacturing posted the highest growth in actual Oklahoma jobs in December, while energy was a close second. Other industries also recorded solid job growth, particularly construction and professional services.
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