Center for Community Planning and Development
From 2005 to 2013, the Cleveland metro ranked 5th in the nation in the growth of percentage of workers with an advanced degree. Greater Cleveland ranks 10th in the nation with 17% of its labor force with a graduate or professional degree, moving up from 22nd place in 2005. Cleveland’s 12-point rank change was third largest, behind Indianapolis and Providence. The brief suggest Greater Cleveland is part of a next generation of second-tier metros entering into the upper echelon of the knowledge economy.
Piiparinen, Richey; Russell, Jim; and Post, Charles, "A Newer Geography of Jobs: Where Workers with Advanced Degrees Are Concentrating the Fastest" (2014). Urban Publications. 0 1 2 3 1190.