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Old 05-11-2007, 10:10 PM
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Which metropolitan region listed, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Chicagoland, or Kansas City area, has the most opportunities for college graduates?
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Old 05-12-2007, 03:38 PM
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Of the three, Chicago will prob. be best. Its, well, Chicago. Alot of business, people, et. cetera. It is America's second city to me. Mpls. is pretty good. There are alot of fortune 500's here (something like 4th in the nation as a metro area). I can't say about Chicago, but our economy and housing up here are pretty stable. Kansas City is a great place, but it doesn't have the same base that Mpls. and Chicago do. In lieu of a better term, it is poorer than Chicago and Mpls. KCMO has alot of strenghts for college grads, it is cheap and pleasant and there is alot to do, but not as far as economic opportunity goes.
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