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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus gained jobs at a faster rate in the past year than any of the state’s other 13 metro areas.
The Columbus Metropolitan Statistical Area, consisting of all of Bartholomew County, gained nearly 900 jobs in the past year, for a growth rate of 2.3 percent, highest among the state’s 14 MSAs, according to data released this week by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. Half of the metro areas recorded job declines.
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