This paragraph makes no sense, in the context of the article:Rankings came from 100 metro areas' jobs gains and losses. The percent
was then calculated. Provo-Orem had 2.8 percent — the fourth-fewest total
jobs of the 100 metros, which is estimated to be about 211,639.Would
that be fourth HIGHEST? And what is it a percentage of, exactly? And just what
does the number 211,639 refer to, exactly?
I really haven't a clue what this article really means when it comes to
figuring out how many jobs. I realize it is GOOD, but don't know what 2.6
means. Help! Please, reporters, do the work and explain. You have the space.
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Lots of opportunity here right now, especially tech fields!