Ranked one of the coolest cities in the Midwest, Columbus also tops the list of places where your buck can stretch the farthest.
The overall cost of living the Columbus Region is lower than the national average, and lower than the state of Ohio. Housing is competitively priced and costs for healthcare, transportation and utilities are near the national average.
“Numbers have an important story to tell. They rely on you to give them a clear and convincing voice.” -Stephen Few There is a tendency in today’s world to judge success and failure on small snippets of information – the highlight reel, the tweet, the soundbite. In economic development, that is often the top-of-the-fold community win, jobs numbers and... View Article
Over 40 hotels have been proposed or started work in the region in the past few years, according to data from CBRE. And more proposals surface all the time.
Take it from a bunch of people who travel this country for a living—there is never enough time in a year to see all of the things that you need to see, here in America, in order to truly grasp just what is happening. (And that’s just the food.) From coast to coast, from the far North to the... View Article
|Metro||Adjusted Annual Salary|
|Salt Lake City||$51,493|
|New York (Manhattan)||$20,956|