Making the decision to move to a new city is a huge step. It's essential to take the time to explore, evolve, and adapt before you make the move. To help you make the right decision, Livability has developed city rankings for a variety of topics, including small towns, university cities, and our annual publication of the 100 Best Places to Live. Before you decide to relocate, it's important to consider your job prospects and earning potential.
What is the labor market like? Are there plenty of jobs available? What is the average per capita income and the average household income? Research all the companies in the area that offer jobs in your field to determine job prospects in a new city. Affordability is another key factor when it comes to moving. Make sure you can afford to live in the city before you decide to move. Consider your current financial situation and how much money you will need for rent, utilities, food, and other expenses. Finally, consider what makes a city livable. Livability explores what makes small and medium-sized cities great places to live.
Through our own research studies, interesting articles and original photographs and videos, we examine issues related to community services, education, sustainability, transportation, housing and the economy. When making the decision to move to a new city, it's important to take into account all of these factors. Research job prospects and earning potential in the area. And consider what makes a city livable. With this information in hand, you can make an informed decision about whether or not moving is right for you.