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Where are the jobs in Utah and Salt Lake County?

Although the info graphic doesn't have a direct correlation to the article I'm citing and writing about, I always find it interesting to see where you will get the biggest educational 'Bang for the Buck'.

When we are looking for a project to put our FIG developments one of our main goals is ensure we have a solid pool of renters that will demand great rents given any economic shift. So to do that understanding where the current jobs are and where the new jobs are coming is absolutely vital.

Cushman Wakefield puts out incredible economic research they publish monthly that I subscribe to. Check out the latest findings on what is going on with the locations of the economic epicenters for both Salt Lake County and Utah County jobs.