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12 Fastest Growing Metropolitan Areas in America in 2015

Information about the most populous states in the U.S. changes from month to month, because there is a small difference in numbers between the biggest metropolises at the top; to complement the data, we came up with the 12 Fastest Growing Metropolitan Areas in America in 2015. If you are wondering about the current situation, specifically which cities are the biggest in the U. S. you can find that out here: The 20 Biggest Cities in the United States. This list we bring you today, is not about the most populous states actually, but just about the ones which grow at the fastest rate. That is the reason why areas like Florida and New York are not ranked anywhere in this list, even though they represent the nation’s most populous states.

Fastest Growing Metropolitan Areas in America in 2015


Here we will give you some statistics about the growth rate of the population, the job growth rate, and median pay. For those of you who didn’t know, the U.S. metro areas overall were home to about 272.7 million people in 2014, which is an increase of roughly 2.4 million from the previous year. Of course, New York remains the most populous metro area in the States, with the region home to about 20 million people. That’s all you need to know for now, everything else, we’ll tell you about below.

Let’s check out the 12 fastest growing metropolitan areas in America in 2015:

12. Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City stands in 12th place with a projected population growth rate of 1.24%. That is 0.06% more than the rate in 2014. It is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Utah. The unemployment rate circles around 3.38%, which is really low.

Fastest Growing Metropolitan Areas in America in 2015