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Florida Poised to Pass New York as Third-Most Populous State

Florida is about to overtake New York as the third-most populous U.S. state, underscoring a decades-long shift in population and political clout from Northeastern to Southern and Western states. New York’s population on July 1 was 19,651,127, compared with 19,552,860 for Florida, a difference of 98,267 people, according to estimates released by the Census Bureau. […]

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10 Reasons Texas Is Our Future

The crisis may be over (for the time being) in Washington. But the crisis for America’s middle-class continues, as middle-income jobs get harder to find and the cost of living gets harder to bear. Where can Americans turn for answers? In a word: Texas. In the cover story of this week’s TIME magazine, libertarian economist […]

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The Best Cities For Jobs 2013

Yahoo! Finance/Thinkstock – Alamo Square in San Francisco. The latest edition of our list shows many things, but perhaps the most important is which cities have momentum in the job creation sweepstakes. Right now the biggest winners are the metro areas that are adding higher-wage jobs thanks to America’s two big boom sectors: technology and […]

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Mortgage loan delinquency sees sharp drop

In another sign that the real estate credit bubble is beginning to pass, credit reporting agency TransUnion says that the national mortgage loan delinquency rate declined nearly 21 percent in the first quarter of 2013 to 4.56 percent of all borrowers. TransUnion defines mortgage delinquency as borrowers who have gone 60 days or more without […]

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Employment Trends Index at Highest Level Since 2008

By Cynthia Lin, Wall St Journal A compilation of U.S. labor-market indicators edged up in April to its highest level since June 2008, according to a report released Monday by the Conference Board. The board said its April employment trends index increased to 111.68 from an upwardly revised 111.61 in March. The March figure initially […]

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America’s 14.2 Million Vacant Homes: A National Crisis

The housing crash and the subsequent foreclosure crisis has saddled the United States with an extraordinary level of vacant properties, inflicting heavy costs to many American communities, according to Federal Reserve Board Governor Elizabeth A. Duke. “In order to see the robust economic recovery we all want, we need to deal effectively with the large […]

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