Austin Texas for the second year in a row has been named as the best place to live in the United States of America according to the United States News and World Reports which recently gave out this ranking based on quality of life, job prospects and affordability. Devon Thorsby who is an editor for the U.S News and World Reports recently revealed that millennial tend to relocate to a new country even for the right job and they don’t care where it takes them to.
Where one lives can impact greatly on his or her overall happiness, well-being and general health according to recent published research and immigrants are beginning to take these facts serious as they are now concerned with taking good care of themselves. Thinking of long term careers and starting a family are thoughts common with millennial but where to settle down tends to bring other considerations to play.
These profitable cities to live in contains small metro areas with great value and rich job markets and this survey also analyzed responses from about three thousand people, Gallup Healthways well-being index, US Census data, FBI crime report, Bureau of Labor Statistics and different US news rankings.
Thorsby also went on to add that the job market is still a factor that plays a huge role before any decision is made but growth of the area, commute time, quality of education and affordability also contribute a thing or two in making such important decision. Here are the ten best cities to live in in the United States of America.
Des Moines, Iowa
The high quality of life and rich job economy contributes to Colorado Springs rise in recent times. Huntsville is known for its vast employment opportunities most especially in STEM fields while Portland also has a booming job market which contributes to why people are greatly moving to the area.
Millennials are not bothered about how or whether they will eventually settle down but what bothers them more is where they will settle down. They have been referred to as the generation of rentals for many years but turned out to be buying houses in recent times. A recent study released by the National Association of Realtors disclosed that in 2017, one third of the all the homebuyers in the United States of America were all millenials.
These same millennials are not buying houses in cities they refer to as home. Some still prefer renting houses in urban areas while others intend owning homes even when they are on the move or when packing. For those concerned with improving their well-being should pay close attention to the cities listed in this review as these cities features the best places to settle down, to buy a house, to find a job and also where the income equates the cost of living.