We know the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro area's economy is doing reasonably well. Unemployment keeps going down. Wages are up. And it isn't just following the national economy either - it's doing better. But why?.
As it turns out, one reason for the boost has been Minnesota's high-tech sector, as the Twin Cities' STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) jobs have seen some of the largest wage increases in the country, according to a report released yesterday by Bloomberg Rankings.
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