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Hartford Number 2 Nationally for High Salaries

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Workers in the San Francisco Bay area receive the nation's highest salaries in nearly all job categories, according to a new study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The second highest-paying area was Hartford where workers enjoyed a 13 percent salary over the national average.

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Very nice.

If Hartford could market itself at all it would use this in a national campaign or something. That's a very compelling reason to relocate. Most who come to Greater Hartford come for the Jobs.

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Im wondering why Hartford does not have a greater population within municipal boundaries. It seems to me like it is mainly a job center, with few in-city residents. for 120s,000 with a 1 million+ metro, how come there are not more in-city folks?

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Im wondering why Hartford does not have a greater population within municipal boundaries. It seems to me like it is mainly a job center, with few in-city residents. for 120s,000 with a 1 million+ metro, how come there are not more in-city folks?

Sprawl, the schools don't have that good of a rupution, and hartford city limits is only about 12 square miles or so

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Sprawl, the schools don't have that good of a rupution, and hartford city limits is only about 12 square miles or so

17 sq. miles actually but your right, I once walked from the eastern border of Hartford (the river) to the western border (prospect ave.) in about 45 minutes.

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A lot of people are asking that question, and I believe the answer is that it should and will have more in-city residents.

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