Photos: Ten fastest-growing U.S. cities, and where Denver lands
If Denver has seemed a little more crowded over the past year or so, there's a reason.
Forbes has just released its list of America's fastest growing cities, and Denver made the top ten.
It's your call whether that qualifies as good news or not.
Where did the Mile High City land? Count down the roster below, complete with photos and Forbes data.
Number 10: Houston, Texas
MSA: Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas Median Pay: $72,100 2013 Population Growth Rate: 1.82% Unemployment Rate: 5.75% Number 9: Orlando, Florida
MSA: Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla.Median Pay: $55,700 2013 Population Growth Rate: 1.82% Unemployment Rate: 5.76% Continue to keep counting down the ten fastest-growing U.S. cities.Next Page
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