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Study: Commuters took 62 percent of new D.C. jobs

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More than 60 percent of the jobs created in the District in a span of nearly five years went to commuters, D.C.'s chief financial officer has found, a potentially troubling sign for a city that has experienced a recent surge in population. The District's Office of Revenue Analysis estimated that nonresidents filled 62.4 percent of the 37,400 jobs created in Washington between December 2007 and...

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