The Rustbelt and Sunbelt Experience Growth in Their Creative Class Populations

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December 11, 2015

According to CityLab’s Richard Florida, the deepening economic divide among the winners and losers in the talent-driven U.S. knowledge economy is “one of the most troubling trends.”

With the help of analysts from the martin Prosperity Institute, CityLab looks at the so-called creative class – workers in technology, education, healthcare, law, as well as artists, designers, and entertainers – to see in which metro areas they are thriving, and which metro areas are lacking this population.

San Jose, Washington, D.C., and Boston have been staples at the top four for a decade, but some cities, such as Minneapolis-St. Paul, are seeing growth in their creative class.

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