Urban Jobs to pay more than Suburban Jobs

Urban Jobs to pay more than Suburban Jobs

Suburbs are not just where the American lives, but they also work there. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Quarterly Survey of Employment and Wages, 32% of employment opportunities in the United States are in the suburbs of metropolitan areas. That is in low and medium-density counties in urban areas, containing at least one million. The latest BLS data show that employment growth (such as population growth) in these suburbs is faster than in urban counties, smaller metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. However, jobs in the suburbs look different…

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