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The Economics Daily

Employment up 5.9 percent in Charleston and Dallas metro areas, December 2021 to December 2022 

February 09, 2023
From December 2021 to December 2022, nonfarm payroll employment increased in 81 metropolitan areas and was essentially unchanged in 308 areas. The largest over-the-year percentage gains in employment occurred in Charleston-North Charleston, South Carolina, and Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas (+5.9 percent each), followed by Atlantic City-Hammonton, New Jersey (+5.8 percent). Five other metropolitan areas also had over-the-year employment increases of at least 5.0 percent. Full Text »

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Monthly Labor Review

Beyond the Numbers

    Charging into the future: the transition to electric vehicles

    This Beyond the Numbers article examines the main factors expected to contribute to growth in the electric vehicle market and identifies some occupations that are expected to play a role in the design and development of electric vehicles, in the manufacturing of the batteries that power them, and in the installation and maintenance of the infrastructure needed to charge them.
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Spotlight on Statistics

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Commissioner's Corner