"The wealthiest cities in 2013 aren't all of those big metropolitan areas everyone just might be expecting..."
Destin, FL (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
The wealthiest cities in 2013 aren't all of those big metropolitan areas everyone just might be expecting, according to a new study by http://www.MoneyJournal.com , a new innovative website founded to find the best and most interesting places in these tough economic times and save money on all sorts of products and services.
Sure, they include the regulars like New York City, high-tech driven San Jose and nearby San Francisco. But there are also a handful of others in eight states, including cities in Connecticut and Alaska, Colorado and Pennsylvania, where local economies are riding high and jobs in some industries are going without new candidates.
Known as the center of high-tech, San Jose is home to the largest technology and computer parts manufacturers in the world. Engineers and computer scientists work for companies like Google, eBay and TiVo to land this city at the top of the list.
Since almost half of its adults have college degrees, San Jose is the second most educated metro area in the U.S. Other cities to make the list include Washington, D.C., Bridgeport, Connecticut, Boulder, Colorado and places in Pennsylvania and even Los Angeles, where money makes an economy all its own.
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