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NCs rate of 3.4% is higher than the national 3.2% average, clocking in at 16th highest in the country.
NCs rate of 3.4% is higher than the national 3.2% average, clocking in at 16th highest in the country.
 
Although North Carolina encompasses many islands, our state is certainly not an island when it comes to economic growth and social development
Although North Carolina encompasses many islands, our state is certainly not an island when it comes to economic growth and social development
 
Reversing a trend, North Carolina has experienced ten consecutive quarters of per capita income growth equal to or greater than the national average, the latest data show
Reversing a trend, North Carolina has experienced ten consecutive quarters of per capita income growth equal to or greater than the national average, the latest data show
 
Over the past 12 months, North Carolina has experienced faster income growth than the rest of the country, regardless of whether that growth is measured as average income per person or median income by household.
Over the past 12 months, North Carolina has experienced faster income growth than the rest of the country, regardless of whether that growth is measured as average income per person or median income by household.
 
Countering arguments that Medicaid expansion would benefit North Carolina's economy, a new report from the national group State Budget Solutions estimates that expansion actually would lead to a $6.4 billion hit in future personal income growth.
Countering arguments that Medicaid expansion would benefit North Carolina's economy, a new report from the national group State Budget Solutions estimates that expansion actually would lead to a $6.4 billion hit in future personal income growth.
 
North Carolina was once a growth champion of the national economy. Between 1981 and 1999, North Carolina's average personal income growth was the 4th fastest in the nation.
North Carolina was once a growth champion of the national economy. Between 1981 and 1999, North Carolina's average personal income growth was the 4th fastest in the nation.
 
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