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ADP Regional Employment Report: March 2014

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ADP Regional Employment Report: Texas, Florida, and California Exceed Average U.S. Growth Rate in March Among States Tracked

Northeast and Midwest Continue to Show Slowest Growth

Highlights:

-California added 25,500 jobs
-Florida added 14,580 jobs
-Illinois added 4,200 jobs
-New Jersey added 4,690 jobs
-New York added 12,630 jobs
-Texas added 28,650 jobs

“There is a clear divergence between employment growth in the South and West versus the Midwest and Northeast,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, VP and head of the ADP Research Institute®. “The harsh winter in the Northeast and Midwest was certainly a factor, but this trend has been evident for over a year."

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