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The 10 Cities Where Everyone Has A Job

• Business Insider
 Some regions fare far better than rest of the country, despite the fact that more than 12 million people are still considered unemployed in the U.S. 24/7 Wall St. looked at the 10 metropolitan areas in the U.S. where unemployment barely exists.
 
Higher education and industries that support it are the reason these metropolitan areas are doing well. College towns across America tend to have lower unemployment rates than the population as a whole, Martin Kohli, Chief Regional Economist for the Bureau of Labor Statistics, explained in an interview.

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Comment by Margo Bald
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What does it say that the best the writer of this piece can come up with is most of the places chosen are heavy infestations of gov. bureaucrats?  Those who can't be fired, make obscene salaries, get benefit packages a private sector Peon can only dream about, plus a guaranteed taxpayer funded Pension at the end of it all.  Pension is, for the most part, a foreign term for the Private Sector schlub.

This story does not put the point across of low employment due to an economic recovery of any kind.  All it does is reinforce the entrenchment of the gov. bureaucrat!

 


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