We are in financial distress, but the economic pain is not evenly distributed by geography. It doesn't always come down to something as simple as the coast versus the Midwest. The numbers don't always bear that out as much as people want simple economic explanations that are geographic.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2009
Using data and analysis from ZoomProspector, as well as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Internal Revenue Service, the National Association of Realtors and the Census Department, Forbes listed ten cities that have recently seen dramatic demographic and economic changes. In addition to the article, Forbes also produced a slideshow of all of the cities on the list. Detailed data on all of the cities listed in the article is also available on ZoomProspector.com.
ZoomProspector Co-CEO and Co-Founder Anatalio Ubalde was quoted in the article as saying, "We are in financial distress, but the economic pain is not evenly distributed by geography. It doesn't always come down to something as simple as the coast versus the Midwest. The numbers don't always bear that out as much as people want simple economic explanations that are geographic."
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