Since education makes a person more likely to leave your region, how do you justify your investment in human capital?
This more than likely explains why Ohio's unemployment rate is now lower than Pennsylvania's.
You might be right. I haven't looked at either states' labor force numbers recently. Sticking to Pittsburgh Today's visual, contrast Pittsburgh with Cleveland.
Wow, Indy really does seem to have lost it's pre-crash mojo. I'm a little surprised by St. Louis. It has a broader and more diverse economy. Cincinnati seems to have found a sweet spot because it has a more diverse economy than most metros its size.
Looks like we are beginning to see the new economic geography sort itself out. I'm still bullish on the Ohio River Corridor (Louisville-Pittsburgh).
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