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Study finds housing key to job growth

Boston lags others in adding homes, keeping workers

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / December 30, 2008

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Minneapolis, Indianapolis, and Columbus, Ohio, all added jobs while Boston's employment declined between 2000 and 2006. These cold-weather metropolitan areas did something else, too: They produced new housing units at more than twice the pace of Boston in the previous decade. (Full article: 660 words)

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