Over two million people call Chicago their home according to the United States Census Bureau’s website. By taking the calculation of the difference in unemployment rates, which is roughly 4 percent, and multiplying it by almost three million, the number 120,000 is yielded. This means that 120 thousand more people per three million in Chicago, have a job in Seattle. So why is there a difference here? What makes for these two cities operating under the same Federal Laws to be so different in rates of unemployment? Analyzed critically, the cities have differences hidden beneath the surface regarding tax law. While others may dispute whether these differences really contribute negatively and positively to the following cities, I cannot prove any one person wrong, but rather I can allow one to see how certain policies in economics can affect a city.
Taxes: A Story of Their