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  on Nov 05, 2013

Best and Worst Places to Live in the United States

Best and Worst Places to Live in the United States

The Best And Worst Places To Live In America


Below is a comprehensive review of some of the places in America that you can choose to live in based on the statistics shown.

5 Best Places to Live In America


1. Lincoln, Nebraska
• One bedroom flat costs $429
• Average annual salary is $39,310
• Unemployment rate is 3.4% by March 2013.
• Has 183 bars and 604 restaurants
• 325 violent crimes in every 100, 000 people as at 2011
• Common age is 20 years

2. Boulder, Colorado
• Most common age is 19 years
• Average annual salary stands at $53, 740
• Average rental for a single bedroom flat costs $942
• 5.7% unemployment rate with 233 violent crime in every 100, 000 people.
• 223 bars and 377 restaurants.

3. Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont
• Average rental for one bedroom flat is $1,134 with $53,740 annual salary
• Common age group is 19
• Reports of violent crime rate not readily available but the unemployment rate as at March 2013 stands at 3.6%.
• 107 bars and 234 restaurants.

4. Prove-Orem, Utah
• Common age group is 19 with an unemployment rate of 4.5% as at March 2013
• Average annual salary is $39,250 while the rent of a single bedroom flat is $628
• 86 bars and 392 restaurants
• 74 violent crimes in every 100, 000 people as at 2011.

5. Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado
• Average cost of a one bedroom flat is $745 while that of annual salary is $44,480
• The most common age is 19 with an unemployment rate of 6% by March 2013
• 247 bars and 638 restaurants
• 214 violent crimes were reported in every 100, 000 people as at 2011.

5 Worst Places to Live In America


1. Charleston, West Virginia
• Average cost of one bedroom flat is $502 while that of annual salary is $38, 650
• Common age is 52
• Unemployment rate is 6.7% with 422 violent crimes reported in every 100, 000 people
• 78 bars and 265 restaurants

2. Huntington-Ashland, West Virginia. Kentucky. Ohio
• Common age is 52 with a crime rate of 403 in every 100, 000 people
• Unemployment rate stands at 7.2% as at March 2013
• Average annual salary is $36, 570 while the average cost of one bedroom flat is $519
• 49 bars and 232 restaurants.

3. Mobile, Alabama
• Average cost of I bedroom rental flat is $843
• Most common age is 16
• 156 restaurants and 555 restaurants
• 8% unemployment rate with reported 608 violent crimes in every 100,000 people as at 2011.
• Average annual salary is $39,190

4. Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas
• Most common age is 50 years
• Annual average salary of $40,820
• Average cost of a single bedroom flat is $642
• 9.7% unemployment rate with 546 violent crimes reported in every 100,000 people
• 114 bars and 426 restaurants

5. Hickory-Lenor-Morganton, North Carolina
• Average cost of a single bedroom flat is $492
• Average annual salary is $35,970
• Common age group is 50 years
• 75 bars and 406 restaurants
• Unemployment rate of 10.1% and 222 violent crimes in every 100, 000 people reported by 2011.

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