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July 28, 2014

Study: Miami’s economic recovery ranks No. 18 in U.S.

The longest downturn since the Great Depression officially ended five years ago, and personal finance company WalletHub crunched the numbers of the 150 largest U.S. cities to identify 2014's most recession-recovered cities. Miami ranked No. 18 on the list of 150, scoring in the top 10 for population growth (9th), its decrease in violent crime (3rd) and increase in college-educated workers (5th).

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