A Student of History

June 18, 2008

The ten best cities

Filed under: The world today — John Maass @ 10:47 am

Kiplinger’s Magazine has its new list of “the ten best cities in which to live and work,” which is to say places with “strong economies and abundant jobs, then demand reasonable living costs and plenty of fun things to do.”  Obviously this is quite subjective, but the results are interesting none the less.  None of the locations are in New England or the Mid-Atlantic regions, and only one is in the Midwest.

No. 1: Houston

 

No. 2: Raleigh

 

No. 3: Omaha

 

No. 4: Boise

 

No. 5: Colorado Springs

 

No. 6: Austin

 

No. 7: Fayettville

 

No. 8: Sacramento

 

No. 9: Des Moines

 

No. 10: Provo

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1 Comment »

  1. With the possible exception of Austin, I don’t think existence in any of these great cultural centers would be recognized by anyone we know as “life”.

    Comment by Geoff Sheffer — June 20, 2008 @ 11:30 am | Reply


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