The Legacy Of The South Carolina

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Over the last three decades several United States auto jobs have migrated to the South. Some of the things that have attracted these auto giants to these Southern States is the cost of living and operating advantages which far surpass those of their Northern counterparts, which also attract more white-collar workers. The Volvo plant is no different, their goal for building in South Carolina is an attempt to re-focus it US market share, which had long diminished. Although having these auto giants, such as Volvo come in to these small rural towns to encourage growth and development, what effect does it really have in the community?

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May 23, 1788 South Carolina became the 8th state in the United States of America (USA). Berkley County is 1 of the 46 counties that is in the state of South Carolina. It was established in 1682 after the co-owners of the Province of Carolina, John and William Berkley. 1769 is when it became a part of the Charleston District. Bethera, Bonneau, Cordesville, Jamestown, Moncks Corner, Pineville, Pinopolis, Russellville, and Saint Stephen are the 9 cities that follow under Berkley County. Berkley County is known as a bed room community. A bed room community is a town or suburban inhabited by people who travel to nearby cities for work or to take care any personal business.
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