Cities Adding the Most Jobs in Every State

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Oklahoma: Oklahoma City
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +6.5% (618,625 to 658,992)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +4.5% (1.7 million to 1.8 million)
> June unemployment: 3.3%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Other services
> Employment growth in other services: 29.3%

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Oregon: Bend-Redmond
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +29.1% (70,714 to 91,322)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +15.4% (1.8 million to 2.0 million)
> June unemployment: 3.9%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 53.8%

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Pennsylvania: Lancaster
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +6.4% (255,019 to 271,447)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +1.9% (6.0 million to 6.1 million)
> June unemployment: 3.2%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 35.4%

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Rhode Island: Providence-Warwick
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +8.0% (616,857 to 665,982)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +6.9% (502,147 to 536,972)
> June unemployment: 4.0%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
> Employment growth in transportation, warehousing, and utilities: 37.0%

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South Carolina: Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +15.1% (74,229 to 85,460)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +9.9% (2.0 million to 2.2 million)
> June unemployment: 3.0%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Government
> Employment growth in government: 3.6%