Yesterday, I reported on a new study from a nonprofit called the Economic Innovation Group on the distribution of “distressed” and “prosperous” neighborhoods in the U.S. Unsurprisingly, the most prosperous communities tend to be urban or suburban — nearly 90 percent of communities in the U.S. that are classified as “distressed” have fewer than 50,000 people. Many of the most prosperous cities — Austin, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle — are also tech hubs.

By: Anna Hensel, VentureBeat

Read the full article here.

Distressed Communities Index (DCI) 

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