In order to determine which metropolitan areas are doing best, Mark Schill of Praxis Strategy Group compiled rankings based on both long and short-term growth, as well as the extent and growth of each region’s business service economy compared to the national average. Notably absent from the top 10 are Chicago and the big metropolitan areas of the Northeast and California that have traditionally dominated high-end business services.An article well worth your time. Check out the table at the end of the article.
Thursday, February 07, 2013
New Geography has bad news for Chicago:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 8:47 PM