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Job report: Clark County fares better than state, Seattle

Business services, social assistance sectors see growth

By , Columbian staff writer
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Eight hundred jobs were added to Clark County’s local economy in July, according to seasonally adjusted statistics from Scott Bailey, regional economist for the Washington Employment Security Department.

Business services and social assistance sectors both saw growth that month. Business services added 300 jobs, while social assistance added 200.

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