Saint Louis, MO by P-GreyHouse


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									Saint Louis, MO
Editor: Laura Mars

Edition: 2008

Each city report incorporates information from hundreds of sources, such as magazine rankings, Federal,
state and local statistics and web sites to show, at a glance, a concise social, business, economic,
demographic and environmental profile of each city, including brief evaluative comments. Each easy-to-
use city report is broken down into three sections: BACKGROUND: Each of the 100 city chapters begins
with an informative background essay that combines history with current events. RANKINGS: This
section has grown tremendously over previous editions so that now it contains data from nearly 200
books, articles, and reports. For easy navigation, this section is arranged into 10 categories, such as:
General, Business/Finance, Women/Minorities, Children/Family and Dating/Romance. STATISTICAL
TABLES: Each city chapter includes nearly 90 tables. The Business Environment section includes hard
facts and figures on City Finances, Demographics, Income, Employment, Taxes, Real Estate, and
Transportation. The Living Environment section also includes topics such as Housing, Health Care,
Education, Safety, Recreation, Media, and Climate. New statistical tables in this edition include: Best
High Schools, Average Grocery Prices, Cost of Gasoline, Best Colleges/Business Schools, Expanded
Health Risks, State Business Tax Climate Index, Mortality Rates, Home Price Valuations, Educational
Attainment and more.

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