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Macon has gained 2,400 jobs in the last year, a 2.4% growth rate, up from 101,100 in March 2015

The unemployment rate for metro Macon and Warner Robins remained unchanged in March from February.
The rate in Macon for February and March was 6 percent, according to a release from the Georgia Dept. of Labor.  Although the rate was unchanged, employers created 700 more jobs, pushing the total to 103,500, up from 102,800 in February.
Over the year, Macon has gained 2,400 jobs, a 2.4 percent growth rate, up from 101,100 in March 2015.
2,400 additional people spending money at our retail stores, buying cars, eating out, buying gas and paying taxes.  
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