The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs is a one-stop source for Statistics on the 2, 000+ suburban communities surrounding the 50 largest metropolitan areas - their population characteristics, income levels, economy, school systems and important data on how they compare to one another. Organized into 60 Metropolitan Area chapters, each chapter contains: Overview of the Metropolitan Area, Detailed Map, Statistical Profile of each Suburban Community, Contact Information, Physical Characteristics, Population Characteristics, Income a Economy, Unemployment Rate, Cost of Living, Education, Chambers of Commerce and much more. Next, statistical data is sorted into Ranking Tables that rank the suburbs by twenty different criteria, including Population, Per Capita Income, Unemployment Rate, Crime Rate, Cost of living and more. These useful, easy-to-read tables allow for quick and easy comparisons between suburbs. The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs is the best source for locating data on suburbs. Those looking to relocate, as well as those doing preliminary market research, will find this an invaluable, timesaving resource.1647 164X 1649 1650 Please refer to the User s Guide The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs 2009/2010 National ... AZ 485 2, 043 Mcdford, NY 486 2, 041 Hacienda Heights, CA 4X7 2.039 Derry. ... IL 2.017 Colliervillc, TN 2, 017 Winter Park, FL 504 2, 013 Port Hucncmc, CA 2.013 Wobum, MA $06 2, 012 Edmonds, WA 507 2, 011 Bucna Park. ... NJ 554 1, 966 North Creek, WA S5S 1, 964 East Lake, FL 1, 964 Farmington Hills, Ml 1, 964 North Kingstown, Rl 1, 964 Orland Park, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs|
|Publisher||:||Grey House Pub - 2009|