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Best Places To Live in the US

A short collection of articles with some great tips about where to live based on local attractions, climate and affordability.

Top 100 Best Places to Live

As Livability’s editors and writers crisscross the U.S in search of great stories, we find that time and again, the best tales are told in the Main Street diners, corner churches, park benches and even the mayor’s offices of small to mid-sized cites and towns. Far from letting time pass them by, these communities are doubling down on livability for their residents. Our second-annual ranking of the Top 100 Best Places to Live celebrates the work they are doing. As with our Top 100 Best Place to Live 2014 ranking, we worked with globally-known partners to analyze the best public and private data sources. We were advised by the leading thinkers, writers and doers in the place-making space. Some new places make the list, some move up or down and some continue to score well, no matter what the metric. More than 2,000 cities were ranked, so every city on this list is in the top 5 percent of livable communities in the U.S. Spend some time getting to know them, and when it comes time for your next move, maybe you'll think small.

The 15 Best Places to Live in the United States

These small- to medium-sized cities are affordable; racially, ethnically, and economically diverse; and conducive to residents' flexibility in choosing a hospital, school, park and manner of commuting..

Best Places to Live in America

Find out why these top 10 cities are the best places to live in the United States.

Best Places To Live 2013

America's 50 best places to live

The 9 best U.S. cities for jobs

Americans are known for picking up and moving to big cities in search of better opportunities. Today, however, some of the best employment opportunities

The 10 Best Places To Live Abroad

Let wanderlust take control.

2015’s Best & Worst Large Cities to Live in

Everyone has a natural habitat. Some of us prefer the slow pace and bucolic setting of the countryside. Others are drawn to the part-rural, part-urban charm of suburbs. But more and more clusters of people are falling in love with the energetic pulse of the large metropolis.

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