Special Report

Fastest Growing County in Every State

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36. Oklahoma: Canadian County
> 2010-2017 population change: +20.3% (116,338 to 139,926)
> 2010-2017 population change, Oklahoma: +4.6% (3,759,529 to 3,930,864)
> 2010-2017 pop. change due to migration: +18,423
> 2017 unemployment: 3.6% (Oklahoma: 4.3%)

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37. Oregon: Deschutes County
> 2010-2017 population change: +18.5% (157,740 to 186,875)
> 2010-2017 population change, Oregon: +8.0% (3,837,073 to 4,142,776)
> 2010-2017 pop. change due to migration: +26,052
> 2017 unemployment: 4.2% (Oregon: 4.1%)

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38. Pennsylvania: Cumberland County
> 2010-2017 population change: +6.0% (235,897 to 250,066)
> 2010-2017 population change, Pennsylvania: +0.7% (12,711,063 to 12,805,537)
> 2010-2017 pop. change due to migration: +12,234
> 2017 unemployment: 3.8% (Pennsylvania: 4.9%)

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39. Rhode Island: Providence County
> 2010-2017 population change: +1.6% (627,131 to 637,357)
> 2010-2017 population change, Rhode Island: +0.6% (1,053,169 to 1,059,639)
> 2010-2017 pop. change due to migration: -1,813
> 2017 unemployment: 4.8% (Rhode Island: 4.5%)

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40. South Carolina: Horry County
> 2010-2017 population change: +23.2% (270,438 to 333,268)
> 2010-2017 population change, South Carolina: +8.4% (4,635,834 to 5,024,369)
> 2010-2017 pop. change due to migration: +62,575
> 2017 unemployment: 5.0% (South Carolina: 4.3%)

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