Oklahoma's economy continues to grow, data released on Wednesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission showed.
For the month of April, the unemployment rate in the Oklahoma City MSA was 3.5 percent. This represents an improvement from 3.6 percent in March.
Amazon is putting a fulfillment center in OKC. This fulfillment center will create 1500+ jobs (including 50+ managerial jobs) and should be up and running by the end of 2019.
The Federal Aviation Administration wants to be more than just a blip on your radar.
Not only does OKC have the big-name tech companies like WeGoLook, Spiers New Technologies, Paycom and more to show for it, but also signs show that the tech cluster is here to stay.
Apartment List graded the 75 top U.S. metros in three major categories: jobs, affordability and livability.
Two companies celebrated the grand openings of their facilities in October 2017, marking increased investment in Oklahoma City and the start of their growth in the region.
In FY17, Chamber-assisted existing companies added 1,047 jobs to the Oklahoma City economy, with new capital investments totaling $31,945,000.