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Rochester’s job growth picks up since WSJ report (access required)

Last March, the Wall Street Journal ran a story comparing employment trends in the 53 most populous U.S. metropolitan areas—those having at least one million residents—entitled, “Where the Jobs Are.” Rochester, the smallest member of the group, also earned the ignominious distinction of being the “coldest city” in terms of job growth over the time horizon ...

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