Living in a big city can be a dream for some, and a nightmare for others, but for those who love the idea of the hustle and bustle of city life, it’s important to know that not all big cities are created equally.
Some big cities are more expensive, others are better for your social lives, and others are better for finding jobs, and now WalletHub has come out with their picks for the Best Cities To Live In. They looked at 62 big cities, judging them on 56 indicators of attractiveness, including things like, job opportunities, life expectancy, housing affordability, bars and restaurants per capita and more.
With all that in mind, Seattle, Washington earned the title of the best big city to live in, landing a score of 63.63 out of 100, and topping the list for economy and education and health, and landing in the Top Ten for quality of life.
Top Ten Big Cities To Live In
Virginia Beach, VA
San Francisco, CA
San Diego, CA
San Jose, CA
Colorado Springs, CO
New York, NY
On the flipside, Detroit, Michigan is the worst big city to live in, earning just a 35.15, and landing dead last for education and health, and close to the bottom for economy and safety.
Ten Worst Big Cities To Live In
St. Louis, MO
New Orleans, LA
Santa Ana, CA