According to a new report by Livability.com, certain cities are surprisingly recession-proof, meaning they "offer stability during economic turbulence." Lisa Johnson Mandell, provided by Published 3:00 pm PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Photo: Lincoln, NE: ChrisBoswell/iStock Photo: Lincoln, NE: ChrisBoswell/iStock Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Lincoln, NE: ChrisBoswell/iStock America's 7 Most Recession-Proof Cities: Should You Move Here Right Now? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Not that we mean to go all doom and gloom on you, but there are a lot of experts out there predicting that a recession is coming. According to a recent Duke University survey that … [Read more...] about America’s 7 Most Recession-Proof Cities: Should You Move Here Right Now?
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caption Honolulu was deemed the most livable city in America, and 23rd in the world, in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual ranking in 2018. source Shutterstock The Economist Intelligence Unit recently released its annual Global Liveability Index, measuring the most livable cities in the world. American cities didn’t fare particularly well in the rankings, with Honolulu ranked highest in 23rd place. There were only four American cities in the top 40. The Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual ranking of the most livable cities in the world last week, and if you’re searching for an American city on the list, you’ll have to look pretty far down. Of the 140 major world cities analyzed for the ranking, the highest American finisher was Honolulu in 23rd place. The only other American cities in the top 40 were Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, and Minneapolis. Several cities, including Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, … [Read more...] about The list of the most livable cities in the world is out — and there isn’t an American city in the top 20
Mark Abadi, provided by Published 7:45 am PDT, Saturday, August 18, 2018 Time Out The Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual Global Livability Index, measuring the most livable cities in the world. For the first time in eight years, Melbourne, Australia, did not finish in the No. 1 spot. The cities were judged by metrics like crime rates, healthcare quality, infrastructure, and levels of corruption. The US had several cities on the list, but none in the top 20. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Hint: It’s nowhere near the U.S. Media: Fortune Although it's hard to find a perfect match, a few select cities have the perfect combination of factors that make them the most livable in the world. The Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual Global Livability Index, and for the first time in eight years, Melbourne, Australia, did not take the top spot on the list. The Economist ranked 140 major cities by averaging the results of five … [Read more...] about The 50 most livable cities in the world in 2018
More of us are living in cities than ever before, and that number is only growing. A recent report from the United Nations (U.N.) predicts that 68 percent of the world’s population will be city dwellers by 2050, up from 55 percent today. Every city is different, with its layout, architecture, traditions and governance influencing citizens lives for better or worse. But what exactly makes a city more pleasant to live in is up for debate. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has its own set of criteria. In their annual Global Liveability Index report, they rank the world’s cities using “over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.” The result is a list of cities they deem the most livable, all given an overall score out of 100. The Australian city of Melbourne has reigned supreme in the past seven years, only to be knocked off the top spot in the 2018 … [Read more...] about Ranked: The Most Livable Cities in the World
Mark Abadi, provided by Published 6:06 am, Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Shutterstock There are several rankings of the best places to live in the US. Certain cities, like Seattle, Minneapolis, and Charleston, pop up time and time again in the lists, and get consistently high marks in categories like quality of life and cost of living. We compiled the cities that appear the most often on rankings of the best places to live. Comparing several rankings of cities gives us a better picture of which places consistently get high marks. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing FOX Business Beat: Volkswagen logo change; Target debuts drive-through Fox5DC Snapchat Has Disappearing...Users Cheddar TV These Tricks Could Help You Get Your Luggage First at Baggage Claim Travel & Leisure FBI probing Michael Cohen's 'personal business dealings' Fox5DC Why Betterment Is Called the "Robo-Adviser" of the Finance World Cheddar TV New Media vs. Old School … [Read more...] about 13 US cities everyone agrees are the best places to live