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Pub. Date: June 2018
Softcover: 2,500 pages, Two Volumes
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America's Top Rated Smaller Cities allows readers to see, at a glance, a concise social, business, economic, demographoc, and environmental profile of over 100 smaller cities, all top-ranked in Population Growth, Median Income, Unemployment Rates, and Crime Rates.
America's Top-Rated Smaller Cities is arranged into two volumes - Volume 1 spans Alabama to New Jersey, and Volume 2 contains New Mexico to Wyoming.
Each city chapter is divided into three sections: Background & Rankings; Business Environment and Living Environment.
Each of the city chapters begins with a City Background. These page-long narratives combine history with current events and touch on the city's environment, politics, employment, and cultural offerings. The next section, Rankings, has 18 ranking categories including Business/Finance, Health, Women/Minorities, Retirement, Family, Safety, Recreation, and Dating/Romance. It is in this section you will find rankings on Best Cities for Seniors, Best Cities for College Graduates, Best Cities for Families, Best Cities for Hispanics, Best Places for Newlyweds, Best Cities to Flip a House, Best Cities for Dogs, Best Cities for Wheelchair Users, Best Place for Business and Career, and hundreds more.
The next section is the Business Environment section. This section contains 39 tables with business related data for seven topics. Over 95% of this data has been updated from the last edition. This section contains data on:
The final section for each city chapter covers the Living Environment. This contains 42 tables with data related to the following living environment topics:
America's Top-Rated Smaller Cities includes five appendices:
Appendix A:Comparative Statistics
A city-by-city comparison of hundreds of variables spread out over 74 tables that offer both an overview of the city, and a broad geographical profile.
Appendix B:Metropolitan Area Definitions
This includes the counties/cities that combine to form each city's Metropolitan Statistical Area, Metropolitan Division, New England City and Town Area, and New England City and Town Area Division.
Appendix C:Government Type and County
This appendix includes the government structure of each place included in this book. It also includes the county or county equivalent in which each place is located.
Appendix D:Chambers of Commerce
Alpha-by-city includes address, phone and fax numbers, and websites of additional city resources.
Appendix E:State Departments of Labor and Employment
Another source for additional economic and employment data for each city, with addredd and phone number for easy access.
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America's Top Rated Smaller Cities offers a reliable, one-stop source for statistical data that, before now, could only be found scattered in hundreds of sources. This outstanding source of information will be widely ussed in any reference collection.
Pub. Date: June 2016
Softcover: 2,500 pages, Two Volumes
EBook ISBN: 978-1-61925-926-3 EBook Vendors
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