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Regional labor economist Scott Bailey with the state Employment Security Department said there are more jobs now in many urban counties than before the recession. Rural counties, however, still have a ways to go. Kate Martin kmartin@thenewstribune.com

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UPDATED November 01, 2016 05:31 PM

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