It’s always nice to start the morning with some good news…
The Bryan Times is reporting this morning that according to a study conducted by the Internet-based consumer science company NerdWallet Inc., Williams County, Ohio, is the fifth-best county in the nation in which to work.
NerdWallet evaluated areas that were the best places to work based on economic indicators, prospective growth and quality of life, based on the following questions…
* Are there jobs?
* Do residents earn high salaries?
* Is the city (county) growing?
* Are commutes short?
NerdWallet, which is based in San Francisco, said Williams County did really well in the survey.
Ironically, the top scoring county in the nation is also named Williams County. Williams County North Dakota that is.
We did well here in Williams County Ohio too, coming out in the top five nationally.
Fairfax County, Va., rated fourth, and Douglas County, Colo., rated sixth. Boulder County, Colo., was in 20th place mout of the more than 1,800 U.S. counties NerdWallet surveyed.