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    2010 2011
    Peer Avg. 32.8 33.8
    8 St. Louis 29.9 30.7
    9 Cincinnati 29.3 29.6
    10 Pittsburgh 29.1 29.4
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The Regional Indicators Report was created in 2010 to provide a recurring snapshot of the overall economic strength of the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region.

The report presents current data on 15 key indicators of economic health–from the number of jobs to the unemployment rate and from educational attainment to the poverty rate. Download Reports →

The RIR’s relevance and value is increased by the comparisons it provides: 11 regions we compete with for people and jobs are also included in the data array. This means that Cincinnati’s position against competitors can be tracked along with our region’s progress.

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Data for the Regional Indicators reports are collected and analyzed in partnership with research, economic and policy professionals, have high validity, and are consistently measured across geographies.



The data are unbiased, clear, and unvarnished. It represents a snapshot of how our regionis performing against our peer set



Our reports increase public awareness and inspire action that enhances the understanding of trends affecting our long-term prosperity and ability to compete nationally, across 15 key indicators of economic strength.


THE DATA WE PROVIDE:


Data for the Regional Indicators reports are collected and analyzed in partnership with research, economic and policy professionals, have high validity, and are consistently measured across geographies.



The data are unbiased, clear, and unvarnished. It represents a snapshot of how our regionis performing against our peer set



Our reports increase public awareness and inspire action that enhances the understanding of trends affecting our long-term prosperity and ability to compete nationally, across 15 key indicators of economic strength.