Cities with Educated Work Forces Have Brighter Economic Future
Mon, Jun 16, 2008
Higher education is an important role to a city's economic strength and Orlando is ranked at No. 47 of 100 in areas of brainpower. This means that according to a federal report, 8.9 percent of the Orlando area adults have advanced graduate or professional degrees.
Madision, Wisconsin tops the list and also has a 13 percent higher per capita income than the national average and a lower unemployment rate.
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