Garner Economics: November 2010 Progress Report: Job Growth in U.S. Metros
In its November 2010 Progress Report on job growth in metro areas, Garner Economics finds labor additions to have stalled since September.
Most of the growing metros are located in the eastern half of the country. Texas has the most growing metros, with 23 adding jobs. New York follows with nine metros. Other top growing metros include Binghamton, New York and Kennewick-Pasco-Richland, Washington.
But some areas still struggle. Elkhart-Goshen, Indiana, is 31.5 percent below prior peak employment levels. And San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles, California, is 9.4 percent under its peak. California has the most metros farthest from pre-recession peaks, with 17, followed by Florida, with 15.
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