Top 10 Cities For Small Business Employees

June 7, 2013

It turns out small businesses aren't just competing with other local companies for top talent, they're also competing with other cities, a new report from CardHub suggests. The study looks at the 30 largest metropolitan areas around the country and ranks each city's small business work environment based on 10 criteria, including small business job growth, salaries for new hires, cost of living and stress index. The cities at the top (and bottom) of the list may not be the ones you'd expect. Minneapolis and San Antonio, for example, beat out Los Angeles and Chicago for the top 10, and Detroit came in dead last out of all 30 cities.

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