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Cleveland State's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs reports that sales activity in those parts of the state that have seen the most shale drilling activity have experienced large increases in local sales receipts, but not in total employment.  Total sales activity increased by more than 17% in 2012 over the prior year, but total employment increased at a rate comparable to the rest of the state.  This may be due to the fact that drilling in Ohio’s Utica  shale is only in its infancy.

Click below to see a full copy of the report, Ohio Utica Shale Region Monitor.