Care.com, the world’s largest care arranging site, analyzed the 89 largest metro areas in the U.S. and ranked them based on how each city encourages an active lifestyle, healthy eating habits and a positive mental state. We’ve included the bottom 10 and top 10 here; is your city on the list?
Many Americans prefer the cheaper cost of living, tighter-knit networks and shorter commutes that small city life can bring. Financial advising site WalletHub analyzed 1,268 small U.S. cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000 and compared them based on 30 livability indicators. These indicators were grouped into the larger areas of economic health, quality of life, education and health, safety and affordability. Based on their analysis, they ranked each city in order from best to worst, and we've included the top 50 here. Is your city on the list?
Personal finance site WalletHub recently ranked the 150 most populated U.S. cities as the best and worst cities for foodies using 21 metrics that considered the affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality of food in the community. Is your city on the list?