What people are looking for when they relocate changes from time to time. In the 90s, it was a city with low crime. Then, it was places with good schools.
“These days, you want a job and to make sure you can get a house there,” said Bert Sperling of BestPlaces.net,which helps people find the best places to live, work or retire.
Sperling crunched the numbers to find the 10 best cities to relocate to today. The list takes into consideration all kinds of data points from cost of living to crime rates, the number of colleges and how healthy the population is, as well as access to museums, shows, sporting and other events. Plus, one you might not think of – stability.
“We’re a big believer in the concept of stability, where there is modest, controllable growth,” Sperling explained. “Big booms lead to disruption, and ultimately big busts. Neither is good for livability.”
Here are Sperling’s Best Cities to Relocate to in America – Why they’re the best and who’s hiring there.
By Cindy PermanPosted 26 Oct 2010