The New York Times’ list of the best cities for business is out.
But it doesn’t stop there.
It also included Boston, Washington, DC, Austin, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, Las Vegas, Denver, Miami, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Chicago and San Jose.
The Times said its research, which includes research by Bloomberg, shows that cities have different impacts on business and growth.
For example, the Times said that Boston has the lowest cost of living, the lowest unemployment rate, the highest median income and the lowest average household income.
But according to Bloomberg’s research, those factors may be the biggest drivers of job creation in a given city.