On Thursday, Forbes Magazine took a look at possible beneficiaries for economic policies expected to be pursued by the new Trump administration.

Mansfield was included among the cities which the article stated could be positively impacted.

The article by contributing writer Ingo Winzer starts out this way: “Economic issues in the Heartland are likely to be front and center for economic policy over the next few years. We’ve combed through the data and identified a dozen markets where new spending on infrastructure and greater emphasis on American-made products could have large positive effects on local job growth – and on home values.”

Each community is profiled, and Mansfield’s profile looks at population, the percentage of manufacturing jobs, the average house price, and other factors.

The entire Forbes article can be found here.

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