Utah’s jobs engine roared back to life in July after two months of sub-par growth.
Employment grew a robust 3.5 percent from the same month of 2012, as employers created 43,300 jobs over the 12-month period, the state Department of Workforce Services said Friday. The state’s long-term average is 3.1 percent.
In June, the change from a year earlier cooled to just 2.2 percent, the slowest growth in two years. May’s 2.5 percent was the lowest since November 2011.
“It’s a drastic change from last m...
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