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    Pittsburgh (Bloomfield)
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  1. Pittsburgh MSA's Total Personal Income stands at $91,790 (millions) for 2006. It increased by 4.4% from 2004-2005 and 5.5% from 2005-2006. 1. New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA $910,760 2. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA $505,197 3. Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, IL-IN-WI $391,262 4. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV $270,903 5. Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD $250,482 6. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX $235,277 7. San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA $233,248 8. Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX $229,517 9. Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, MA-NH $223,1
  2. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Pittsburgh has surpassed Detroit and vaulted into the Top 50 MSAs ranked by Per Capita Income. Pittsburgh's PCI increased by 6.0% from 2005-2006 compared to 4.9% from 2004-2005. http://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional/mpi/mpi_newsrelease.htm Pittsburgh MSA ranks 48th out of the 380 or so MSAs. Rank, Metropolitan Area, Per Capita Income, Annual Growth Rate 1 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $71,901 +6.9% 2 San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA $55,801 +6.2% 3 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $53,533 +6.1% 4 Naples-Marco Island, FL $53,265
  3. The view from my apartment in Pittsburgh
  4. Downtown Pittsburgh a few nights ago
  5. The appropriately-named Pittsburgh Future website/blog has an excellent analysis of the regional economy here: http://www.pittsburghfuture.com/downloads/...onaleconomy.pdf Much like anything concerning Pittsburgh... it's easy to look at one raw number... like raw population growth or raw job growth and think this region is falling apart. But if you look into the numbers and actually do some analysis... you'll get a different picture. The data used is from 1999-2005... the trends would look a bit better if 2006 data was included... since 2006 was our best year "economically" since
  6. I just feel like bumping this in case anybody wants to use it as a resource.
  7. The Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh
  8. One of my favorites... Hall & Oates - "I Can't Go For That"
  9. I don't mean to burst in on the Nashville forum... but I was reading your thread and thought I'd clarify a few things. Heckles summed up many of the issues concerning PIT quite well. PIT currently is USAirway's largest "focus city". It previously was USAir's largest hub. USAir was founded in Pittsburgh as Allegheny Air. The "city as a whole" has had nothing to do with the decline in passenger traffic at PIT. While the total passenger traffic has seen a drastic decline, this is entirely due to the lack of connecting traffic due to USAir's cuts. Origin & Destination traffic at PIT
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