Survey finds improved job outlook in OKC, Tulsa
Tuesday, December 14th 2004, 10:10 am
News On 6
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Oklahomans looking for a job may soon have a better chance of finding one.
A Manpower Employment Outlook Survey being released Tuesday says hiring in Oklahoma City and Tulsa should be strong through March.
The survey found 27% of Oklahoma City employers planning to increase their work forces. 3% plan to cut jobs while 70% expect no changes.
In Tulsa, 57% of employers are making plans to hire more workers and 10% expect job cuts. 26% say no changes are anticipated and 7% didn't know.