The Best U.S. Cities For Jobs

Over the past five years, Michael Shires, associate professor in public policy at Pepperdine University, and I have been compiling a list of the best places to do business. The list, based on job growth in regions across the U.S. over the long, middle and short term, has changed over the years--but the employment landscape has never looked like this. In past iterations, we saw many fast-growing economies -- some adding jobs at annual rates of 3 percent to 5 percent. Meanwhile, some grew more...Full Story
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