The Milken Institute released their 2010 Best Performing Cities last week and Lexington made a huge jump! Coming in at #100 overall, made the Biggest Gainers list by leapfrogging 61 spots from #161 last year.
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Lexington was recently voted as an Editors’ Location Pick by Business Facilities Magazine! Lexington was chosen from 250 metro areas in 2010 to be one of seven Editors’ Location Picks for the superb job Lexington has done in attracting new businesses and helping existing businesses to expand.
According to the Wall Street Journal and Local Market Monitor Inc., Lexington, Kentucky is a great place for single family home investment.
Jobs are the central focus of much of the population these days. Unemployment is high, but not scary high, in Lexington. Still, hovering in the mid to high 7s, the current unemployment rate is roughly double what we averaged in the middle of the 2000s. So how is 2010 shaping up compared to 2009?
Lexington, Kentucky has been named the 9th Best Place for Business and Careers among the 200 largest metro areas by Forbes.