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-Pleasant climate
-Central location
-Nearby mountains


-Economic decline
-Educational attainment

What Bert Has To Say About Winston-Salem Metro Area

Until recently, Winston-Salem and High Point were associated with nearby Greensboro to form one metro area. The three cities are sometimes referred to as the Piedmont Triad. In comparison to the state’s better-known triad of Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill, the economy and lifestyle is more industrial and working-class, although there is a strong university presence and a high level of educational attainment. The economy has an interesting mix of declining and emerging industries, but employment overall has been relatively stable. Winston-Salem, as the name suggests, has been a center for the tobacco industry. (The cigarettes are named after the town, not vice versa.) Winston-Salem is also home to Wake Forest University, some affiliated high tech business, a collection of banking centers and is home to Krispy Kreme donuts and a new Dell Computer plant. High Point is a world trade center for furniture and is still center of the state’s largest furniture-manufacturing industry. Unfortunately, the dislocation of that industry offshore, particularly to China, is having an impact on its manufacturing base. Downtown High Point is a fascinating collection of commercial, warehouse and showroom facilities centered on this industry. Winston-Salem epitomizes the shift from older economy to new economy, and High Point is an industry town shifting emphasis from manufacturing to becoming a trade and design center. The nearby Greensboro metro area is perhaps the most prosperous of the three, though all places are generally appealing with a lack of major downsides. The nearby amenities of the Raleigh-Durham area, about 80 miles to the east, are close enough for residents to benefit.

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Quick Facts About Rural Hall

    The unemployment rate in Rural Hall is 5.10 percent(U.S. avg. is 5.20%). Recent job growth is Positive. Rural Hall jobs have Increased by 1.77 percent.
    Compared to the rest of the country, Rural Hall's cost of living is 16.00% Lower than the U.S. average.
    As of 2014, Rural Hall's population is 3,126 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 89.23 percent.
    Average Commute time is 31 minutes. The National Average is 26 minutes.
    The median home cost in Rural Hall is $115,300. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been -2.93%.
    Rural Hall public schools spend $9,010 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are about 14.4 students per teacher in Rural Hall.

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