Spotlight on manufacturing in Oklahoma
Chad Wilkerson and
Oklahoma Economist, 2012, issue Q IV
Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation in economic growth during the early fall months. Payroll employment was up in October from a year ago, and the state is now above pre-recession employment levels. Manufacturing led Oklahoma?s job growth, while trade, transportation and utility firms also posted solid job gains. Energy employment has declined slightly, but still remains above year-ago levels.
Keywords: Manufacturing industries; Labor market; Economic conditions; Federal Reserve District, 10th (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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