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ATLANTA—Atlanta’s job growth came in just shy of 60,000 for calendar year 2017. That’s after 81,800 gains in 2016 and 78,800 in 2015. So says CBRE research.

Since the end of 2010, the firm reports, nearly 450,000 jobs have been added to the market. That puts the region near the top of the US in terms of percentage growth, and in turn placing it on the short list of metros for corporate relocation, startup activity and capital investment interest.

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