Cities Adding the Most Jobs in Every State

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South Dakota: Sioux Falls
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +10.2% (133,502 to 147,137)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +4.2% (427,395 to 445,496 )
> June unemployment: 2.5%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Other services
> Employment growth in other services: 17.0%

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Tennessee: Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +18.2% (855,020 to 1.0 million)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +10.3% (2.9 million to 3.2 million)
> June unemployment: 2.8%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 39.0%

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Texas: Austin-Round Rock
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +19.6% (966,562 to 1.2 million)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +10.3% (12.1 million to 13.3 million)
> June unemployment: 3.0%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 42.6%

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Utah: St. George
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +27.2% (56,568 to 71,969)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +15.7% (1.3 million to 1.5 million)
> June unemployment: 3.4%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 48.3%

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Vermont: Burlington-South Burlington
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +3.6% (119,597 to 123,877)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +1.4% (333,604 to 338,332)
> June unemployment: 3.8%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Leisure and hospitality
> Employment growth in leisure and hospitality: 15.2%