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Berry Plastics Co.

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.

Hot Springs Area Enjoying Pre-recession Growth in Jobs, Construction and Revenues

The 2010 census showed the Hot Springs Metro Area with 8,000 more people than 2000, a 9-percent increase. Employment and sales tax collections showed the Spa City and five-county area returning to pre-recession figures by the end of 2011. read more >
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Iconic Companies Exist Side-by-side With Innovators To Give Hot Springs Region Broad Base

Within the natural beauty of the triangle formed by the cities of Hot Springs, Malvern and Arkadelphia thrives a busy and diverse manufacturing economy. read more >