Good Pay And Good Housing: Which City Should You Move To?May 26, 2015 12:17 pm
We spotted this stat today:
“Glassdoor combined a measure of the cost of living as well as the number of openings with data from their users in different cities about how satisfied they are with their job. Even if you can find a job that pays the rent, it helps if it’s a job you like.
Based on these factors, Raleigh, N.C., came in at the top of the ranking. That’s no surprise. Employers are attracted to the area because they can draw talented workers from three major universities, without paying the high costs of doing business in the Northeast or Silicon Valley.”