Comparing South Carolina’s 46 counties for likelihood of long-term growth, Greenville County ranked No. 13; Anderson County ranked No. 16 and Spartanburg County ranked No. 17, according to a Clemson University Economic Development study of the state’s economy between 2000 and 2008.
These rankings came from the study’s sustainability index, which focuses on indicators like growth of real-per-capita wages, population and employment to determine if a county is likely to have long-term growth.
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