Update on Oklahoma’s economy: Spotlight on Guymon, Oklahoma
Chad Wilkerson and
Oklahoma Economist, 2012, issue Q III
Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation into the summer months of 2012. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from July 2011. Oklahoma is nearly back to pre-recession employment levels, with just a slight drag from the Tulsa area due to the magnitude of job loss in that area during the recession. Manufacturing and energy continued to lead Oklahoma?s growth in total jobs. Employment in most other Oklahoma industries was generally stable.
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