AMARILLO -- WalletHub crunched the numbers to identify 2014's Most & Least Recession-Recovered Cities.
WalletHub compared the 150 largest U.S. cities to identify those that have experienced the most and least improvement since the recession. Using 18 metrics - from the inflow of college-educated workers and number of new businesses to unemployment rates and home price appreciation.
Amarillos Recession Recovery (1=best)
17th - Poverty Rate Decrease
66th - Ratio of Part-time to Full-time Jobs Decrease
11th - Unemployment Rate Decrease
14th - Violent Crime Rate Decrease
35th - Public Assistance Rate Decrease
13th - Bankruptcy Rate Decrease
14th - Entrepreneurial Activity
34th - Number of New Businesses Growth
8th - Median Household Income Increase
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