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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Goothrey, Dec 10, 2012.
The Cities Where Everyone Has a Job - Yahoo! Finance
I sure hope this hasn't been posted.
Over/under on how many posts it takes for this to get sent to cave?
Don't know if that's going to cut it. Besides, this just proves what we all know. That the Midwest is the best region in the U.S.
Whoa, since when is the population of Ames 90,000?
I'm sure that is the Metropolitan population which includes all of Story and Boone county.
THEY ARE PACKIN' UM 8 DEEP IN THE TOWERS!
The downside to those first three is you have to live in a state ending with "Dakota".
Always love the comments that go with an article like that:
"Why not just say Move to East Bum #$%$ Egypt - and you can find a job, Who the hell wants to live in these places.....????????
Compliments of: Seattle10 - more than likely typed on an iPhone while dodging the swarm of bums on every city block.
WTH. IC is 155k. They must be counting on days with both home football games and wrestling tournaments.
everyone has as job...then why is there unemployment still in those cities?
I've had them in lots of cities, towns and the interstate a couple of times. Good times.
The ND cities are leading the way because if you are jobless and homeless there you quickly freeze to death and don't count against the numbers.
Just counts Story County I believe, which is the Ames metropolitan area.
Same for Iowa City, it counts the metropolitan area, not just the city proper.
Let's keep those stereotypes rolling. That way people like that don't move to these nice areas and mess them up.
North Dakota? It is sooo cold there. And there are no mountains. It's like ****in Little House on the Prairie, the part where they get lost walking from school to home and freeze to death. Just terrible. If you actually have options, you do not work in Bismark. Also, Midland? MOX!!
I hear they're unemployed. Minot will take em.
Liberal fascist lies.
Midland would probably be my last choice on that list.