Some other cities that are growing stronger, since the Great Recession, have Technology and Energy to help push the forward but according to Forbes, “… you don’t have to be a huge tech hub or energy capital to generate new jobs. The No. 2-ranked place in our big metro ranking, Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tenn., reflects the power of economic diversity coupled with ample cultural amenities, pro-business policies and a mild climate. Nashville’s 3.8% expansion in employment last year, and 7% growth since 2008, has been propelled by business services, education and health. There’s also been a recent recovery in manufacturing, up over 9% last year, as well as retail and wholesale trade. Like the Texas cities, Nashville has registered long-term growth as well, with 112,000 jobs added since 2001, a nice 16.6% increase.”
Nashville has it all with a seemingly never ending supply of restaurants, music, theaters, shopping and streams of celebrities walking freely around town. Sport fans can get their fill with Nashville’s professional teams in football and hockey not to mention great college sport venues from Vanderbilt, Belmont and Tennessee State. Also, a financial attraction to Nashville has to be what the great state of Tennessee always boast about, no state tax!
There are many reasons to visit and consider moving to Nashville, but once you experience their great Southern Hospitality, you will understand exactly what Nichole Kidman meant when she said, “…For me, it’s the perfect place to live.“