The new maintenance operation will create around 100 new, high-paying jobs for the metro.
For the month of July, the Oklahoma City MSA had an unemployment rate of 3.3 percent.
Over the past five years or so, no matter the industry or size of the company one theme became prevalent across the board: talent. How to keep talent, recruit it, develop it and find it.
The latest unemployment numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics continue to be good news for the Oklahoma City metro economy, and state of Oklahoma as whole.
More than 300 interns from member companies recently came together for a multi-week program to learn from some of OKCís best and brightest about themselves, others, and what it takes to succeed (and maybe a few reasons why they should stay in OKC after graduation).
The new Dr. J.P. (Jack) London SSC is expected to eventually employ 550.
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.