The U.S. is a giant of global industry, generating almost $190 billion from exports alone in August 2016. Many states have a dominant industry – consider the association between California and tech or Alaska and oil – so read on to learn what our most popular rental states are doing extraordinarily well.
Few cities have contributed as much to American history as Boston. The Boston Tea Party led to the formation of the country; its anti-slavery movement was hugely influential during the Civil War in the 1860s; funding of a national railroad network began here with the aim of uniting the nation; Massachusetts biotech scientists continue to advance the fields of medicine and agriculture. In short, Boston remains central to the development of this great nation.
The Midwest is unmistakably a base for American industry, with many internationally-recognised companies like McDonald’s, Boeing and Sears setting up their headquarters in Chicago. The Loop, Chicago’s central business district, is awash with sharply-dressed finance professionals, but travel a short distance eastward and you’ll find a world-class aquarium, a planetarium and the famous Millenium Park, and the blue waters of Lake Michigan beyond. This contrast typifies the Chicagoland area, and the idea that a working trip can be about more than just business. (more…)