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story.lead_photo.caption Kenneth Simonson, chief economist for Associated General Contractors of America, speaking in Little Rock said that while the U.S. economy has grown for nine-straight quarters, it is not meeting expectations of Americans. ( Benjamin Krain)

There will be about 10,000 fewer jobs created in Arkansas this year than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is reporting, Michael Pakko predicted at the annual University of Arkansas at Little Rock economic forecast conference on Wednesday.

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Business, Pages 25 on 11/03/2011

Print Headline: State jobs predicted to be fewer

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