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America’s Flourishing and Diminishing Economies Midland and Odessa, the nation’s fastest mounting frugalities last year, both produce oil, which is always in high demand. While, local economies often rely on one production or trade sector and as long as the oil and trade sectors are booming, the economies and jobs both will grow rapidly. According to a recent report of United States, It’s been a sluggish retrieval that economic growth is expected to pick up in the coming years. United States economy has grown by 1.9 percent till the end of 2013. The economy is expected to grow by 2.7 percent in 2014 and it is forecast to grow by another 3.2 percent in 2015. More the national growth accelerates, more the local economies will. Ninety-Seven local economies shrank in the year 2013 and the gross metro product of only seven metro areas is estimated to drop this year. In Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana, the economy contracted more than 5 percent and on the other hand, the economy of Midland, Texas enjoyed growth by 7.5 percent, which was recorded as the highest growth rate in the entire nation. According to the data published by the U.S. Conference of Mayors and produced by IHS Global Insight, these are the nation’s fastest growing and fastest shrinking economies. Top of Form Many of the nation’s economies that contracted and these cities geographically vary, situated from the Northeast to the Gulf Coast and the Midwest. These economies possess different economies. Charlottesville, Virginia, and Binghamton, New York, are home of the large universities while in Decatur, Illinois, is the home to largest employers in the manufacturing sector of US. While not all the metro areas with the fastest growing GMPs in 2013 share the same traits, many are benefitting from the U.S. energy boom. Midland and Odessa, Texas, benefit directly from energy production in their areas, while Fargo, North Dakota and Pascagoula, Mississippi are hubs of oilfield and shipping, respectively. The fastest growing combine Metro Area of Midland-Odessa is facing a huge yearly increase in its population due to which the unoccupied apartments are almost non-existent which means it is difficult to find an economically priced shelter whereas hotel vacancies are also rare.

This shortage in housing sector is a direct result of current oil boom in the Permian Basin because new drilling technologies. To acquire a property costs more than $235,000 whereas the amount of rent is up to $1100 because of job openings. The ratios of outsiders have boosted because of these job openings in the oil fields. This massive increase has made RV Parks Like 1270 RV Park Midland famous among incomers of every class and race. Midland and Odessa, the nation’s fastest mounting frugalities last year, both produce oil, which is always in high demand. While, local economies often rely on one production or trade sector and as long as the oil and trade sectors are booming, the economies and jobs both will grow rapidly. Many other cities of the nation have enjoyed rapid job growth. Unemployment was typically low in those metro areas which have built their identity among the 10 fastest growing economies in the nation.

America’s flourishing and diminishing economies  

Midland and Odessa, the nation’s fastest mounting frugalities last year, both produce oil, which is always in high demand. While, local econ...

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