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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Where are all the singles?

Money Magazine has listed it's Best Places To Live for 2006, and tops on the list is Fort Collins, CO, followed by Naperville, IL and Sugarland, Texas. Interestingly, the top ten are all in different states. Representing Utah in the top 100 best towns/cities to live in were Sandy (23), Orem (38), and Layton (41). I remember a few years ago the Places Rated Almanac rated Salt Lake City as the top city in America overall and listed about a dozen Utah cities in the top 100. Ah, those were the days...

Highest average income honors go to Greenwich, CT ($112,493), Cupertino, CA ($110,518) and San Ramon, CA ($109,500), while Bloomington, IN has the highest percentage of singles (58.2%) and the skinniest people, based on body mass index, live in Roseville, CA (24.5) and San Francisco (24.8).

You'll also find cleanest air, youngest (three Utah cities rank in the top 25), most educated, hottest, and priciest to buy a home among others.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't surprise me that Fort Collins would picked at th etop-it's a beautiful place to live and with the college up there it's an educated place as well.

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