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  • Davidson, Williamson among top 10 counties for wage growth

    by Lindsay Chambers | Mar 09, 2016

    Davidson and Williamson counties are among national leaders for job growth, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal.

    "But in places from Music City to the Chicago suburbs to the California coast, wages are growing much faster. Weekly wages grew 4 percent or better in 44 of the 342 U.S. counties with at least 75,000 jobs, according to Labor Department data released Wednesday. Wages in Davidson, Tenn., the ...
  • Best Places to Live

    by Lindsay Chambers | Mar 04, 2016
    U.S. News analyzed 100 cities in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market in each city, as well as the value of living there and people's desire to live there. Nashville ranks as No. 22 with an overall score of 6.8 out of 10.

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  • These Are the Best New Cities for Beer Lovers

    by Lindsay Chambers | Mar 03, 2016
    Fortune magazine lists Nashville as one of the best "under-the-radar" beer cities for craft breweries and locally made specialties.

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  • 11 Reasons Why Your Next Trip Should Be to Nashville

    by Lindsay Chambers | Mar 03, 2016
    When you think of Nashville, you probably think of the Grand Ole Opry. But this up-and-coming city has a lot more going for it than country music. Think fusion BBQ, whiskey and craft beer distilleries, trendy shopping, rock and indie music venues, and off-the-charts affordability compared to other U.S. destinations. Need a reason to visit the Music City? Here are 11 of them.

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  • 2016's Best Cities for Women-Owned Businesses

    by Lindsay Chambers | Feb 22, 2016
    Analysts at personal finance website WalletHub.com completed a study comparing the 100 largest U.S. MSAs across 10 key metrics indicating friendliness toward female entrepreneurs. The Nashville MSA ranks No. 1.

    The data analyzed in the study ranges from average revenue growth of women-owned businesses to presence of women’s business centers to industry variety for women-owned firms.

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