The Atlantic Cities posted "America's Most Post-Industrial Metros" listing the top 20 metro areas with populations over 1 million that score highest on the ratio of services to goods in America's continuing transition to a post-industrial economy.
The overall ratio of services to goods for the U.S. economy is approximately 3 to 1. The post-industrial economy is most prevalent in the Northeast corridor (Boston to Washington, DC). The Washington metro area is the highest with a ratio of 11.17. The New York metro follows with a ratio of 9.86. Interestingly, the Miami metro area follows with a ratio of 7.75.
The DC and NYC metro areas have a higher concentration of professionals, but I would guess that Miami has a higher ratio of service jobs in comparison to professional jobs. It would be interesting to compare income levels with the services to goods ratio to also consider rising inequality in post-industrial metro areas.