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Ashlee lost one -- beat the bad economy may be a move to a college town.
Many folks who live in college -- say all you need to do is look at the numbers unemployment far below the national average stronger housing market generally speaking and lots of people especially students.
Will you spend their cash.
-- National champion University of Florida gators their stadium known as the swamp is an intimidating place.
There are nearby at the swamp restaurant the opponent is the recession and with big crowds -- a bad economy is getting beat.
And a great university town gators are rocking and saying -- just right in the way of that working really hard to maintain.
It's a familiar score card for college towns across the country where the real estate crisis hasn't been nearly as hard.
Economists of all -- considered college towns recession resistant with their status as major educational centers being a very big factor.
The constant stream of students producing a highly educated workforce which oftentimes chooses to stay and live in their college -- And the -- -- -- level is often significantly lower.
That the national average.
That's currently eight point 1% the Gainesville Florida is five point eight.
Morgantown, West Virginia three point nine Logan -- job three point eight and Ames Iowa home of the Iowa State cyclones three point seven.
Big campus -- also tend to be regional health care centers with -- funding for research jobs medical at a high tech.
Plus laid off workers in worse -- city's off to return to school to retool their skills when there's a bad economy and an odd way we actually.
See an increase -- demand for our product.
And business leaders give much of the credit to the annual rotation of the student body they have this great optimism they have money to spend.
It's a college years and they're going to be spending the money.
And for college town capitalists that is school spirit in Gainesville Florida Phil Keating Fox News but they did not beat everybody.
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