WARREN COUNTY LEADS THE STATE IN JOB CREATION PDF Print
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 06:59

Warren County was the state leader in
private-sector job growth from 2001 to 2010, expanding by more than
15 percent.
     That's the finding of University of Louisville economist Paul
Coomes, who briefed the state's Blue Ribbon Commission on Tax
Reform Tuesday about job growth in various regions of Kentucky.
     Warren County added more than 7,500 jobs over the decade.
     Coomes told members of the tax reform group that the counties
that experienced the greatest growth were generally along
Kentucky's borders. Warren County is about 10 miles from Tennessee.
     Kenton County, which borders Ohio, had the second largest gain
in private-sector employment at 11 percent. It added nearly 6,900
jobs over the decade.

 

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