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Only 14 major metro areas have more jobs than they lost at the hands of the Great Recession.
Columbus ranked No. 22 among large cities (> 450k employment) for job growth. The index is calculated from a normalized,... View Article
Recovering from the worst of the recession, Columbus is holding employment steady. It has been working on a $342 million... View Article
The list, which ranks Westerville No. 5, considers percentage of owner-occupied homes, crime rate, charitable giving and percentage of college... View Article
Ranked No. 9, Columbus was lauded for its defense contracting and government jobs, as well as occupations that align with... View Article
Ranked in the top 20, Columbus is considered one of the "cities that can show us how to create jobs."
Columbus has been ranked the most favorable business location with accessibility to the American market. Columbus is within 500 miles... View Article
Columbus is no. 3 among top large metros for fashion designers. With 518 designers, Columbus' location quotient for the occupation... View Article
Columbus had 1.3 percent increase in population between April 2010 and July 2011, with 797,434 residents, more than double the... View Article