Editor’s note: The Daily Herald’s series on jobs and job creation has explored economic development, workforce solutions, education and public transportation — each one a key element in this region’s jobs equation. Today, the focus is on regional partnerships.

Many cities in Central Texas would love to announce that a business supporting high growth, high wage jobs is locating in their community.

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