The list was comprised based on data taken from the US Census and spanning 2000-2011, and was a part of the "Best Places to Live" list of America's best small cities.
According to the website, Faulkner County qualified for the list because Conway is also experiencing job and population growth, and their unemployment rate is below the national average.
Another stipulation was that no state could have more than two places qualify.
Although Faulkner County entered the list for highest percentage of job growth, it did not make it on the top 25 list of Best Cities.
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