Charlottesville city councilors and Albemarle County supervisors were
briefed on Wednesday April 11
on the results of a targeted industry study commissioned by the
Thomas Jefferson Partnership for Economic Development
Sharon Younger, the consultant who conducted the $150,000 study, said both communities should focus on industries that provide high-paying wages while creating other support jobs. Younger estimated that every new job created in the
businesses and financial services sector
would create an additional 9.3 support jobs.
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