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This article was written by a pathological liar.
Wow, this article doesn't use standard criteria for determining a states economic health.
Nor does it have numbers for each state in all categories that it does 'measure'...
...although I'm using the term 'measure' loosely as the authors don't appear to be measuring anything except the feelings that they have about each of these states and the ability of the author to fool the reader into thinking something can be gleaned from this nonsense.
Here are some valid economic health indicators:
1) Unemployment rate
3) Inflation rate
4) New business starts
5) Business failures
6) Foreclosure rate
7) Housing inventory
8) Housing starts
9) Median income fluctuation
10) Population gain/loss
They fall into these categories:
With these timing types:
Would you care to elaborate on your comments.
Maybe you should come here it's not a bad place to live and it isn't always cold.
During the summer we get lots of nice warm weather.
Spring and fall aren't so bad either.
Winter can have a lot to offer like skying and snowmobiling along with ice fishing.
The cost of living isn't bad either although wages may not be as high as other states you don't need as much money here to live well here.
Have a nice day :-)
Typical libtard/turd moron revisionism. Voting for the amateur once, too stupid. Twice, stupid squared (geometrically stupid).
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