CareerBuilder xếp Nữu Ước hạng chót trong 53 thành phố có cơ hội sống sót nhất khi có một tận thế thây ma (Zombie Apocalypse)


CareerBuilder Releases New Study on Which Cities are Most Likely and Least Likely to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse

– Boston has the best odds for staying alive while New York City is at the greatest risk for joining team zombie

– 36 percent of workers said, if they were a zombie, they would eat their co-workers




CHICAGO and ATLANTA, Oct. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — If there was a zombie apocalypse, would your city prevail or be overrun by the walking dead? Just in time for Halloween, CareerBuilder is answering this question with a totally practical and 100 percent feasible study that gauges survival rates based on concentration of occupational skills and industries.

INFOGRAPHIC: https://cb.com/Zombie2016

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The research is comprised of a weighted index ranking the 53 largest U.S. metropolitan areas (with more than 1 million residents). A standard, flesh-eating virus transmitted via biting or contact with infected blood is assumed. The index is scored on eight different factors in four categories: ability to defend against the virus, ability to contain the virus, ability to find a cure and ability to outlast the epidemic with an ample food supply. The study is based on data from Emsi, CareerBuilder’s labor market analysis arm, which aggregates information from more than 100 national, state and local employment resources.

The index will come in handy considering that, in a separate and equally practical CareerBuilder study1, 36 percent of workers said, if they were a zombie, they would feast on their co-workers.

See the following chart to see where your city would rank in winning the battle against the living dead:

The research is comprised of a weighted index ranking the 53 largest U.S. metropolitan areas (with more than 1 million residents). A standard, flesh-eating virus transmitted via biting or contact with infected blood is assumed. The index is scored on eight different factors in four categories: ability to defend against the virus, ability to contain the virus, ability to find a cure and ability to outlast the epidemic with an ample food supply. The study is based on data from Emsi, CareerBuilder’s labor market analysis arm, which aggregates information from more than 100 national, state and local employment resources.

The index will come in handy considering that, in a separate and equally practical CareerBuilder study1, 36 percent of workers said, if they were a zombie, they would feast on their co-workers.

See the following chart to see where your city would rank in winning the battle against the living dead:

MSA

Defense Score

Containment Score

Cure Score

Food Score

Total Score

Final Rank

Boston, MA

13.69

11.05

20

3.59

48.33

1

Kansas City, MO

23.38

10.02

4.53

3.10

41.03

2

Salt Lake City, UT

8.29

18.61

10.49

3.62

41.01

3

Baltimore, MD

17.55

7.68

11.56

2.79

39.58

4

San Diego, CA

16.44

9.89

11.69

1.41

39.43

5

Seattle, WA

9.58

17.86

8.45

1.99

37.88

6

Denver, CO

7.82

20.03

6.39

3.58

37.82

7

Virginia Beach, VA

22.38

10.61

2.76

1.79

37.54

8

Hartford, CT

17.28

9.07

5.80

3.32

35.47

9

Minneapolis, MN

17.51

8.19

5.57

3.94

35.21

10

Indianapolis, IN

8.73

9.39

10.79

5.01

33.92

11

Richmond, VA

14.61

11.16

4.73

3.38

33.89

12

Grand Rapids, MI

0.08

9.73

2.08

20

31.89

13

San Francisco, CA

6.43

8.97

14.86

1.48

31.73

14

Portland, OR

3.71

13.41

6.35

8.01

31.48

15

Washington, D.C.

16.55

7.96

6.80

0

31.31

16

Sacramento, CA

8.80

12.29

4.77

4.99

30.85

17

Pittsburgh, PA

5.98

13.38

7.26

3.60

30.22

18

San Jose, CA

5.74

15.02

8.17

1.09

30.02

19

Raleigh, NC

7.70

12.22

4.89

4.18

28.98

20

Orlando, FL

9.44

9.55

3.53

6.03

28.55

21

Memphis, TN

14.07

2.96

5.15

6.26

28.43

22

Louisville, KY

11.56

6.76

2.03

8.04

28.39

23

Cleveland, OH

10.36

4.24

8.02

5.32

27.93

24

Birmingham, AL

9.84

6.73

5.29

5.51

27.37

25

Oklahoma City, OK

8.25

10.69

6.53

1.55

27.01

26

St. Louis, MO

13.96

8.24

2.99

1.62

26.81

27

Houston, TX

6.08

15.92

2.71

1.37

26.09

28

New Orleans, LA

13.55

8.85

2.12

1.23

25.75

29

Phoenix, AZ

12.81

7.39

1.96

3.44

25.59

30

Charlotte, NC

8.65

6.12

0.50

9.78

25.06

31

Las Vegas, NV

15.84

6.20

0.68

1.44

24.16

32

Columbus, OH

7.88

7.59

6.03

2.50

24.01

33

Providence, RI

8.82

5.37

4.19

4.85

23.23

34

Austin, TX

5.83

12.13

4.45

0.70

23.11

35

Cincinnati, OH

5.46

5.63

5.16

6.62

22.87

36

Rochester, NY

5.16

4.92

3.87

8.69

22.64

37

Nashville, TN

8.53

7.15

3.77

2.89

22.34

38

Milwaukee, WI

6.29

7.48

4.09

3.95

21.81

39

Dallas, TX

7.66

7.50

2.12

4.53

21.80

40

San Antonio, TX

9.88

4.27

1.95

5.48

21.58

41

Philadelphia, PA

8.53

1.18

7.46

3.90

21.07

42

Jacksonville, FL

11.40

6.04

1.63

1.27

20.33

43

Detroit, MI

2.03

14.50

2.10

1.32

19.94

44

Chicago, IL

9.74

0.63

2.34

6.73

19.44

45

Tucson, AZ

10.88

1.59

6.40

0.52

19.40

46

Buffalo, NY

10.23

3.35

3.38

1.83

18.80

47

Atlanta, GA

6.73

5.87

2.65

3.30

18.56

48

Miami, FL

12.67

1.10

1.57

2.78

18.11

49

Riverside, CA

4.44

4.99

0

7.30

16.72

50

Los Angeles, CA

7.37

0.68

3.89

1.70

13.65

51

Tampa, FL

6.07

2.33

2.97

1.52

12.89

52

New York City, NY

12.44

-10.08

4.33

1.99

8.69

53

1 National Harris Poll study of more than 3,100 workers in September 2016, commissioned by CareerBuilder.

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