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The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) expanded to 66.1 in June, indicating that the local economy experienced a significantly high rate of expansion. June marks the fifth consecutive month with PMI values over 50. An index above 50 indicates an expanding economy. The higher the value is above 50, the greater the rate of expansion. According to the survey results compiled by the Wayne State University School of Business Administration and the Southeast Michigan chapter of the Institute for Supply Management, the growth in June was due to a strong increase in new orders and marked expansion in production and ...
Many people expressed that $100,000 is simply not very much money anymore, especially in certain urban areas like the San Francisco Bay Area. I went out to find some numbers to back this up. Initially, I quoted a study that stated that only about 5% of individuals in the United States made more than $100,000. But if you take into account entire households instead, 16% of them nationwide earn over $100,000. However, in the San Francisco Bay Area almost twice as many households ( 31% ) made that much. Here is a graph from Wikipedia that compares the income distribution among Bay Area ... Read More
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