Special Report

Cities Adding the Most Jobs in Every State

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31. New Mexico: Albuquerque
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +6.6% (384,597 to 410,142)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +9.3% (856,296 to 935,881)
> August unemployment: 4.7%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Mining, Logging, and Construction, 18.7%
> Median household income: $50,906

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32. New York: New York-Newark-Jersey City
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +5.3% (9,230,861 to 9,723,683)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +8.5% (9.0 million to 9.8 million)
> August unemployment: 4.2%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation and Utilities, 21.0%
> Median household income: $75,368

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33. North Carolina: Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +17.9% (1,088,468 to 1,282,790)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +15.0% (4.3 million to 5.0 million)
> August unemployment: 3.7%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation and Utilities, 29.5%
> Median household income: $61,156

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34. North Dakota: Fargo
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +9.0% (123,198 to 134,236)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +1.1% (402,894 to 407,132)
> August unemployment: 2.1%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation and Utilities, 21.3%
> Median household income: $63,353

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35. Ohio: Columbus
> Employment chg. 2013-2018: +8.1% (957,800 to 1,034,941)
> State employment chg. 2013-2018: +7.7% (5.3 million to 5.8 million)
> August unemployment: 3.8%
> Industry with largest employment increase: Transportation and Utilities, 22.6%
> Median household income: $63,764