Milwaukee Region Rankings

Average Travel Time to Work - 2013

Ranked Lowest to Highest by Average Travel Time in Minutes
Metro Area
Average Travel Time to Work
Buffalo
20.6
Salt Lake City
22.3
Kansas City
22.9
Columbus
23.3
Milwaukee (metro)
23.5
Indianapolis
24.4
Cincinnati
24.4
Cleveland
24.7
San Antonio
25.0
Minneapolis-St. Paul
25.1
St. Louis
25.2
Raleigh
25.6
Portland
25.7
Charlotte
26.0
Pittsburgh
26.1
Detroit
26.4
Nashville
26.5
San Jose
26.5
Orlando
27.1
Baltimore
30.8
Chicago
30.8
Source: American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau
 


C2ER Cost of Living Index - Third Quarter 2014

Ranked Lowest to Highest Cost of Living Index Value
Comparable Area
Cost of Living Index
U.S. Average = 100
Indianapolis
92.7
St. Louis
94.7
Dallas
96.9
Atlanta
100.4
Cleveland
101.4
Milwaukee (metro)
101.9
Minneapolis-St Paul
106.4
Chicago
114.4
Seattle
131.3
Los Angeles-Long Beach
133.3
New York (Manhattan)
214.5
Source: ACCRA Cost of Living Index
 


Fortune 500 Headquarters per 100,000 Population - 2014



Ranked Highest to Lowest by Number of Fortune 500 HQs per 100,000 Population
Metro Area
Fortune 500 HQs
Metro Population
Fortune 500 HQs per
100,000 Population
San Jose
13 1,919,641 0.6772
Minneapolis-St. Paul 17 3,459,146 0.4915
Milwaukee (metro)
7 1,569,659 0.4460
Cincinnati
9
2,137,406
 0.4211
Pittsburgh
8
2,360,867 0.3389
St. Louis
9
2,801,056 0.3213
Chicago
30
9,537,289 0.3146
Detroit 13 4,294,983 0.3027
Charlotte
7
2,335,358
 0.2997
Nashville
5
1,757,912  0.2844
Columbus
5 1,967,066 0.2542
Cleveland
5 2,064,725 0.2422
San Antonio
5 2,277,550
0.2195
Indianapolis
4 1,953,961 0.2047
Salt Lake City
1 1,140,483 0.0877
Portland
2 2,341,554 0.0864
Raleigh
1 1,214,516 0.0823
Kansas City
1
2,054,473  0.0487
Orlando
1
2,267,846 0.0441
Buffalo
0 1,134,115
0.0000
Baltimore
0 2,770,738 0.0000
Source: Fortune Magazine & MMAC Calculations



Per Capita Personal Income



Ranked Highest to Lowest by 2013 Per Capita Income
Metro Area
2008
2013
Percent chg. 2008 to 2013
San Jose
57,798 69,205 19.7%
Baltimore 49,137 54,457 10.8%
Minneapolis-St. Paul
47,334 51,183 8.1%
Chicago 46,138 49,071 6.4%
Pittsburgh 43,053 49,049 13.9%
Milwaukee Metro
43,698
47,688
9.1%
St. Louis
42,719
45,992
7.7%
Nashville
40,238
45,759
 13.7%
Cleveland 40,827 45,747 12.1%
Kansas City
42,696 45,558 6.7%
Buffalo
38,089 44,301 16.3%
Raleigh
40,975
43,947
 7.3%
Cincinnati
40,018 43,923
9.8%
Columbus
38,159 43,867
15.0%
Portland
40,599 43,728 7.7%
Detroit 39,604 42,887 8.3%
Indianapolis
39,144
42,542
8.7%
Charlotte 38,463 41,645 8.3%
Salt Lake City
39,118 41,547 6.2%
San Antonio
35,675 39,951 12.0%
Orlando 35,776 36,992 3.4%
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis




Performing Arts Groups per 100,000 Populaton - 2012



Ranked Highest to Lowest by Number of Performing Arts Groups per 100,000 Population
Metro Area
No. of Arts Groups
Metro Population
Arts Groups per
100,000 Population
Nashville
381 1,726,759 22.06
Minneapolis-St. Paul
155 3,422,417 4.53
Portland
86 2,289,038 3.76
Orlando
83
2,223,456
 3.73
Chicago
308
9,514,059
 3.24
Milwaukee (metro)
49 1,566,182 3.13
Pittsburgh 63 2,360,989 2.67
Raleigh
29 1,188,504  2.44
Salt Lake City
25
1,123,943 2.22
San Jose
42 1,892,894 2.22
Baltimore
58
2,753,922
 2.11
Indianapolis
40
1,929,207
 2.07
Kansas City
41
2,038,690
 2.01
San Antonio
44 2,234,494 1.97
Buffalo
22
1,133,767
 1.94
Cleveland
39
2,064,739
 1.89
St. Louis
50
2,796,506
 1.79
Cincinnati 34 2,129,309 1.60
Charlotte
32
2,294,990
 1.39
Detroit
54 4,292,832 1.26
Columbus
23
1,944,937
 1.18
Source: U.S. Census Bureau & MMAC Calculations