Update on Oklahoma’s economy: Spotlight on Tulsa
Chad Wilkerson and
Oklahoma Economist, 2012, issue Q II
Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation through spring 2012. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from a year ago in April. Manufacturing and energy continued to lead Oklahoma?s growth in total jobs and professional service firms also grew solidly. Construction employment has declined from levels posted last year, perhaps due in part to the winding down of several large commercial projects in Oklahoma City. Employment in most other Oklahoma industries was generally stable.
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