Gainesville Ranked Sixth Hardest Working City
Published April 18th, 2012
If you were already tired even when you just wake up, you probably weren't alone.
Parade magazine ranked America's top twenty-five hardest working cities, and Gainesville ranked sixth on the list.
Some of the elements that Parade analyzed were unemployment rates, total number of hours worked every week and the number of double income families.
The information was provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Census Bureau and other resources.
"I believe it. I mean there so many college kids in this town. All they have to do is work and go to school. That's all they have work and go to school. Su pushing thirty hours and then of course full-time student," says one area working student.
Gainesville was the only city in Florida that was ranked in the top ten.
Columbia, Missouri took the top spot.
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