America's Top-Rated Smaller Cities, 7th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1592374794
  • ISBN-13: 9781592374793
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1800 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released June 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

This 2006/07 America's Top-Rated Smaller Cities boasts several new features. The city list has been greatly expanded to include 110 cities, from 48 states. In fact, it is so much bigger that this edition is now in two volumes! Cities are all top-ranked by Population Growth, Median Income, Unemployment Rate and Crime Rate.

Informative city reports reflect the most current data on a wide-range of statistics as well. This informative handbook allows readers to see, at a glance, a concise social, business, economic, demographic and environmental profile of each city, including brief evaluative comments.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Other Frontmatter.
Introduction.
Honorable Mention Cities.
Other Frontmatter.
1: Hoover, Alabama.
2: Madison, Alabama.
3: Juneau, Alaska.
4: Goodyear, Arizona.
5: Oro Valley, Arizona.
6: Conway, Arkansas.
7: Rogers, Arkansas.
8: Chino Hills, California.
9: Coronado, California.
10: Manhattan Beach, California.
11: Pleasanton, California.
12: Rocklin, California.
13: San Ramon, California.
14: Saratoga, California.
15: Yorba Linda, California.
16: Broomfield, Colorado.
17: Parker, Colorado.
18: Cheshire, Connecticut.
19: Farmington, Connecticut.
20: Greenwich, Connecticut.
21: Dover, Delaware.
22: Oviedo, Florida.
23: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
24: Wellington, Florida.
25: Weston, Florida.
26: Kennesaw, Georgia.
27: Peachtree City, Georgia.
28: Waimalu, Hawaii.
29: Meridian, Idaho.
30: Woodridge, Illinois.
31: Carmel, Indiana.
32: Fishers, Indiana.
33: Schererville, Indiana.
34: Ankeny, Iowa.
35: Marion, Iowa.
36: West Des Moines, Iowa.
37: Leawood, Kansas.
38: Shawnee, Kansas.
39: Richmond, Kentucky.
40: Kenner, Louisiana.
41: Bangor, Maine.
42: Frederick, Maryland.
43: Franklin, Massachusetts.
44: Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.
45: Grand Blanc, Michigan.
46: Northville, Michigan.
47: Novi, Michigan.
48: Maple Grove, Minnesota.
49: Savage, Minnesota.
50: Woodbury, Minnesota.
51: Southaven, Mississippi.
52: Lee's Summit, Missouri.
53: O'Fallon, Missouri.
54: Bozeman, Montana.
Historical Metropolitan Area Definitions.
Current Metropolitan Area Definitions.
Counties.
Chambers of Commerce.
State Departments of Labor.
Comparative Statistics: Part 1.
Comparative Statistics: Part 2.