With the recent buzz around St. Louis, we wanted to give our perspective on why St. Louis is a great place to work and live, focusing on the St. Louis workforce. For starters, St. Louis’ unemployment rate is lower than the national unemployment rate. St. Louis, on average, is also more educated than the nation with 41 percent of residents having completed postsecondary education. Because of these statistics, it’s not hard to understand why The Huffington Post named St. Louis as one of the “Top 10 Best Cities for Recent Grads” in 2011. Check out our infographic to find out what else St. Louis’ workforce has to offer.
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