New Study: Shale Could Create 18,000 More Jobs in Ohio in Next Decade

From the Dayton Business Journal:
The emerging shale energy industry in Ohio could create more than 18,000 jobs over the next decade, according to a new study. 
Data group IHS Economics prepared the study for the Energy Equipment and Infrastructure Alliance, a national association of supply chain companies supporting the shale oil and gas industry. 
About 21,000 are already employed in shale oil and gas supply chain, a $7 billion industry this year that could emerge to an $11 billion industry in 2025. 
The supply chain that supports the energy industry will include construction, logistics, professional services and material suppliers.
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