How is the economy of the Midwest changing?
The economy of the Midwest is progressing, typically more than the nation. The Midwest has some of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation as well as some of the fastest growing economies.
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right nowpresident barrack is trying his best to get the economy back up its just how hard it fell
The answer is like jobs manfacturing money food
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Midwest began to specialize in manufacturing cotton
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To an industrial economy. It has already began since the 1940's, but is not fully industrialized, which is why Mexico is still a "developing country".
Yes, I am. I am in Iowa which is located right about in the middle of the Midwest.
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people eat food
how did the economy change
more states were added.
Less farming and more cities
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he was a farmer??
they made trains and went west
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The US National Climate Report 2013 predicts more frequent and more intense Midwest heat waves in the next ten or twenty years. Degrading air and water quality will threaten p…ublic health. Serious rainstorms and floods will be more common, and existing risks to the waters of the Great Lakes will be increased. Read more at the link below.
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