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Construction jobs increased in Twin Cities in 2011, declined in Duluth, St. Cloud

1,400 new construction jobs in the Twin Cities made for a three percent increase compared to a year earlier. While Rochester held steady, Duluth and St. Cloud saw declines of six and two percent, respectively.
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1,400 new construction jobs in the Twin Cities made for a three percent increase compared to a year earlier. While Rochester held steady, Duluth and St. Cloud saw declines of six and two percent, respectively.

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