As a long distance moving company with offices in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts,, Isaac’s Moving & Storage is regularly tasked with helping people move everywhere, from nearby neighbourhoods to across the country. Every year, U.S. News assesses data from the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. to create their annual ‘Best Places to Live’ list. Some of the information they take into account includes:
- The cost of living,
- The quality of healthcare,
- Educational institutions,
- Crime rates,
- Job markets, and so forth.
Over 2,000 people across the country are surveyed to create the list.
If you are considering a move, keep these insights in mind:
No 1: Austin, TX
According to Realestate.usnews.com, approximately 50 people move to Austin every day. While many people say that it’s hard to make a living in music, Austin is the live music capital of the world, with many well-established music companies and a plethora of local talent. The unemployment rate in Austin is 3.2%, the median age is 33.6 and the median home price is $265,363
No 2: Denver, CO
While Denver was originally established as a mining hub during the gold rush, it has evolved into a city that fosters a culture of open-mindedness and fitness-oriented people. Many people mistakenly believe that Denver is a ‘mountain town’, but it takes more than an hour’s drive to get to the Rockies. The unemployment rate is 3.2%, the median age is 36.1 and the median home price is $313,823
No 3: San Jose, California
San Jose is known as the capital of Silicon Valley, so you can expect everything from technological innovations to entrepreneurial spirits in this metro. Some of the renowned company headquarters in the area include Google and Apple. If you are into the outdoors, then you will be happy to learn that the city is at the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains and Diablo Range. The unemployment rate is 3.9%, the median age is 36.7 and the median home price is $828,115
No 4: Washington, DC
There’s much more to Washington that government and politics. Washington is renowned for a variety of public parks, clean suburbs, a variety of cultural sites, and many entertainment venues. The unemployment rate is 3.9%, the median age is 36.3 and the median home price is $373,406
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