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By Bert Sperling

The most recent proof & Figures at the top areas to dwell in North America!

For a person puzzling over relocating-or drawn to the demographics of yankee life—Cities Ranked & Rated deals unbeatable insights into greater than four hundred metropolitan parts within the usa and Canada. information is supplied by way of Bert Sperling, author of cash magazine's unique "Best areas to reside" list.

This precise consultant combines sincere evaluations and aim proof to aid readers evaluate towns fast and comprehensively.

  • Data at the forty five fastest-growing U.S. cities
  • Separate ratings and scores for 27 Canadian cities
  • Easy-to-read charts displaying the simplest and worst U.S. towns in over 50 categories
  • State-level comparisons of inhabitants densities, taxes, executive costs, academic checking out, and more
  • Details on how to define additional information at Bestplaces.net/CRAR

Highlights Include:

  • The most powerful task outlook
  • The lowest rate of living
  • The such a lot days of sunshine
  • The most sensible academic opportunities
  • The top air and water quality
  • The lowest healthcare costs
  • The lowest crime rate
  • The shortest day-by-day commute
  • The lowest motor vehicle costs
  • The such a lot relaxation amenities

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