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In the Media | October 2015

2015’s Most & Least Recession-Recovered Cities

By Richie Bernardo
WalletHub, October 12, 2015. All Rights Reserved.

For many Americans today, the Great Recession is nothing more than the distant shadow of a troubled economic past. The longest downturn since the Great Depression officially ended six years ago. Cities coast to coast have completely bounced back — some even surpassing their pre-recession economic levels, thanks to lucrative industries that helped them rebuild or stay afloat through the crisis.


Yet the effects of the recession still reverberate in various parts of the U.S., falling deeper into debt and leaving millions of Americans wondering whether the recession has indeed blown over. ...

Read more: https://wallethub.com/edu/most-least-recession-recovered-cities/5219/#pavlina-r-tcherneva 

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