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Employment growth was much stronger in the rural West between 1985 and 1995 than it was in all U.S. rural areas and in the United States as a whole. Although the bulk of this job growth was in services, the rural West gained manufacturing jobs, as was the case elsewhere in the rural United States. Counties adjacent to metro areas grew more rapidly than those not adjacent, with employment gains led by health services, producer services, and retailing.

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