TEMPLE - The Temple Economic Development Corp. has announced that Temple ranked 12th nationally in the 2013 Cost of Living Annual review performed by the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER).
The cost of living index for Temple was 87.1, compared to the national average of 100 for 308 urban areas evaluated by C2ER.
“We know that Texas is a business-friendly state with a strong economy, and we know that Texas is a much more affordable place to work and live than California, New York and most other states,” Temple EDC Vice President Charley Ayres said.
Features that make Temple attractive for economic development include direct interstate access, rail, regional and international airport access, and multiple shovel-ready commercial and industrial development sites.
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