by Arkansas Business Staff on Monday, Mar. 26, 2012 12:00 am
The Bureau of Labor Standards and the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services showed an employement high in the Hot Springs Metro Area last summer that was better than any pre-recession point since July, 2008. The area’s population has grown by 9 percent and revenues are also returning to pre-recession figures. In all, Hot Springs was among the top10 metro areas in growth for the last half of 2010 and all of last year.
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