Employment in the Greater Philadelphia region is expected to increase by almost 11% between 2010 and 2040, according to DVRPC forecasts. The region's five southeastern Pennsylvania counties are expected to gain almost 236,000 additional jobs over the thirty-year period, while the four New Jersey counties will see an increase of almost 83,000 jobs. Much of the growth will be concentrated in the suburbs. Counties forecast to experience the greatest absolute increases in jobs include Chester and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania, and Gloucester and Burlington counties in New Jersey. The DVRPC Board approved the 2040 employment forecasts at its September meeting.- Click the map to identify and view county and municipal-level Employment Forecasts in Five-Year Increments from 2010 to 2040.
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