Minneapolis-St. Paul among best places for women

A Measure of America study put the Twin Cities metro in the top five list of best cities for women. The study compared education, life expectancy, and earnings. It found the Twin Cities has the highest percentage of women with a high school degree.
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A Measure of America study put the Twin Cities metro in the top five list of best cities for women. The study compared education, life expectancy, and earnings. It found the Twin Cities has the highest percentage of women with a high school degree.

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