Career transition provider RiseSmart found that the team whose metropolitan area boasts the lower unemployment rate has won 74 percent of the past 35 Super Bowls. Based on this correlation, RiseSmart forecasts the Denver Broncos will win this Sunday.
RiseSmart, a “contemporary career transition solutions” firm, says there is a 74% success rate for the theory that the Super Bowl contender based in the metropolitan area with the lower unemployment rate will win the game. The city with lower unemployment than its Super Bowl opponent has supposedly come out victorious in 26 out of the past 35 games.
From clairvoyant camels to prognosticating porcupines, everyone has a wacky way of predicting the Super Bowl winner. Well, here’s a new one. The Broncos will defeat the Panthers because Denver has a lower unemployment rate, according to RiseSmart, a company that specializes in career transitions.
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