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Interesting Geography

CNBC reports on a Brookings Institute Study on the 15 most recession resistant cities in the U.S. They are (in descending order):

  1. Abuquerque NM
  2. Washington, DC
  3. Des Moines, IA
  4. Wichita, KS
  5. El Paso, TX
  6. Omaha, NE
  7. Tulsa, OK
  8. Baton Rouge, LA
  9. McAllen, TX
  10. Little Rock, AR
  11. Dallas, TX
  12. Austin, TX
  13. Houston, TX
  14. Oklahoma City, OK
  15. San Antonio, TX

It’s an interesting visual

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ht: Amy

4 responses to “Interesting Geography”

  1. Dr. Davis Avatar
    Dr. Davis

    Absolutely Texas is the best.

    But it was an interesting list.

  2. April Avatar

    Guess this is a good retort to cracks about "fly over country."

  3. Anonymous Avatar

    So glad we moved to Texas.-Heather

  4. April Avatar

    You and me, both! 😉

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