A new study by a credit card research website says Minneapolis is one of the best cities to work for a small business, Twin Cities Business reports. The city was ranked third on CardHub's inaugural list.
The company used 10 metrics, including job growth, industry variety, and average wages, to evaluate the 30 largest metropolitan areas nationwide.
Denver topped CardHub’s list, while Boston came in second.
Detroit was ranked the nation’s worst city for small-business employees.
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The Twin Cities metro recently earned a "B+" for small business friendless, according to an annual study compiled by Thumbtack.com. Meanwhile, Minnesota received an “A-” grade for overall small business friendliness.