New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston and Dallas are home to half of new business startups—and Americans are increasingly unwilling to move to such hotspots for the jobs they are spawning.
Those are among the findings of a new report by the Economic Innovation Group that points to how the geographically uneven economic recovery helped put Donald Trump in the White House. At no time in recent history has entrepreneurship been so heavily concentrated in a handful of big cities, according to a bipartisan team of economic policy advisers at the Washington research and policy shop.
By: Janet Adamy, Wall Street Journal
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