Money Magazine Announces the Best Places to Live in America
Why them over everyone else? Well, it’s a small community whose economy is booming thanks to several successful small businesses, everyone seems to be working with a 6% unemployment rate, the schools are good and more.
Those are just some of the characteristics shared by many of the 100 places that rank on Money’s list. They also have a relatively small population in common. None of the towns in the top 10, or top 20 for that matter, have a population over 40,000. After Louisville, CO, the rest of the top 10 is Chanhassen, MN, Papillon, NE, Middletown, WI, Milton, MA, Warren, NJ, Keller, TX, Peachtree City, GA, Lake St. Louis, MO and Mukilteo, WA.
The top four states, according to the list, are Texas, Massachusetts, Ohio and Connecticut each with six cities in the top 100. Several states, such as New York, don’t even have one.
Money’s comprehensive study is a great way to kill a few hours at work today. It’s incredibly comprehensive, complete with photos and a huge plethora of information including average salaries and even where to find rich singles. In fact, we’ll give you that direct link here. The rest of the study can be found here.