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Forbes rating is more than kudos for Madison its a reflection on Wisconsin and the Midwest

MADISON A few days before Forbes magazine released its annual rankings of best cities for business and careers, author and futurist Joel Kotkin spoke in Madison about the rise of small and medium-sized communities as places to live and work. His conclusion was simple: The Information Age has made it possible to work just about anywhere, and post-nomadic Americans are settling down in smaller, mor......

Full article >>> in terms of the number of people with college degrees, said Kurt Badenhausen, Forbes senior editor. Madison has a strong economy with the lowest employment in the United States, half the national average.

The same factors contributed to Wisconsins strong showing in the rankings. Despite a well-publicized loss of manufacturing jobs, Wisconsin has led the upper Midwest in creating jobs (abo......

Full article >>> affic jams, Midwest cities are becoming more attractive places to live and create jobs. While there are still problems to overcome, its reassuring to know that Wisconsin ranks high on the list of places to live and do business.


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'"/> By Tom Still 05/19/04

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