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Bureaucracy-fattened D.C. loses jobs title to tech-powerhouse Austin

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Politics,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets
Taxpayers have made Washington a jobs engine during the recession, but a new survey reveals that D.C. has taken a backseat in the jobs race to tech-heavy Austin, Texas, where private companies like Dell, IBM and Google are fueling an employment renaissance. A new survey finds that despite adding 300,000 government jobs during the recession, half under President Obama, Washington's growing...