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The 2012 Economic Strength Rankings Are Out

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2012/06/14


The economic strength rankings of the US’s 366 metropolitan areas is out, and the Killeen-Fort Hood-Temple area is 30th nationally. Dover, Delaware is ranked 158, Detroit is 215, Cleveland, Ohio is 185.

Overall, Texas is doing very well, with Austin at 5, San Antonio 10, Houston 12, Dallas-Fort Worth 14, Killeen-Temple 30, and Corpus Christi 49.

Among other things, cost of living and job growth are strongly considered to create the rankings.

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