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|wallethub best cities 2019||0.87||0.5||5615||60|
|wallethub best cities to live||0.88||0.5||3758||18|
|wallethub best cities for jobs||1.33||0.3||5387||1|
|wallethub best cities to retire||1.92||0.1||8868||65|
|wallethub best cities to find a job||1.69||1||3485||73|
|wallethub best cities to buy a house||1.75||0.3||2353||34|
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|best small cities wallethub||0.65||0.1||9958||4|
|wallethub best cities for singles||1.73||0.1||6892||46|
|wallethub best cities for retirement||1.67||1||6436||4|
WalletHub’s ranking takes a look at two key dimensions: rental market and affordability, and quality of life. Within those categories, 22 relevant factors were considered, including rental price changes, safety, cost of living and number of residents who are fully vaccinated.How did WalletHub choose the best cities for New Year’s?
In order to determine the best cities for New Year’s, WalletHub compared the 100 most populated U.S. cities across two dimensions: 1) Safety & Accessibility and 2) Entertainment & Food. We evaluated those dimensions using 15 relevant metrics, which are listed below with their corresponding weights.How did WalletHub measure the operating efficiency of US cities?
Using that approach, WalletHub compared the operating efficiency of 150 of the largest U.S. cities to reveal which among them are managed best. We constructed a “Quality of Services” score made up of 38 metrics grouped into six service categories, which we then measured against the city’s per-capita budget.