America’s Top 10 Big Cities for Entrepreneurs

If you are considering starting your own business in the USA, where you begin the startup could make it successful or not. Financial website, WalletHub, did research and found the top ten best big cities for beginning entrepreneurs. Making a move to Oklahoma City, OK could benefit you and your business. They scored high on the three categories WalletHub used to rank the areas: business environment, business costs, and access to resources. Austin, TX ranked second and Sioux Falls, SD came in third. If you have a dream of living in America and starting your own business, contact USAFIS for help with applying for the Green Card Lottery. They can make sure your application is filled out correctly and walk you through each step.

The fourth-ranked city is Missoula, MT. Following close behind, is Durham, NC and Bismarck, ND. The capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne, ranked seventh. The bottom three cities, but still great places to start a business, are Billings, MT, Charlotte and Raleigh, NC. While doing the study, WalletHub found Maine offered the cheapest office spaces, and New York City, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco had the most expensive. San Bernardino, CA has the least educated residents and Irvine, CA has the most educated residents. Other interesting facts in the study include: Burlington, VT has the shortest average work week, and Anchorage, AK has the longest. With so many big cities in the US where starting a business has various benefits, looking into relocating to America is a great idea. Contact USAFIS for assistance in the process.