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What Is America's Hardest-Working Town? Hartford Is Ranked #2!


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Looks Hartford has been on a few top lists, and their not all bad. It's no surprise since we have as very skilled workforce. Columbia, Missouri beat us out for the top spot.


2. Hartford, Connecticut

What started as a Dutch trading post in 1623 has become one of America's hardest-working towns in 2012. A lot of that is thanks to the insurance industry—called the "Insurance Capital of the World"— tracing its roots to the creation of the Hartford Fire Insurance Group of 1810. Today, the people of Connecticut's capital still know how to work hard. Hartford ranked second on our list of willingness to give up personal time for work

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It's a cool stat. Just like the one about being the most productive city in the world. Hartford definitely deserves to toot it's horn about the quality of it's workforce and the corporations that reside here. That is something we have been talking about on this forum for years.

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