New York City

There is no shortage of cultural, entertainment, and business options in New York City, which is the largest metropolitan region in the United States and the fourth largest in the world in terms of population.

 Los Angeles

Housing prices are the major contributor to the cost of living, coming in at 198.2% above the national average. 


Some people visit San Francisco because it is a tourist attraction, but for many people it is home. The capital and largest city of Hawaii is Honolulu.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC, is one of the greenest cities in the world because it was the first in the world to get a LEED for Cities Platinum leadership certification, the highest designation awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council.


With top-ranked hospitals and schools spending $10,000 more per student than the U.S. average, Boston is one of the greatest places to raise a family.

San Diego

San Diego is cheaper than San Francisco and Los Angeles, but its cost of living is 60% more than the national average.

San Jose

San Jose, the hub of Silicon Valley, boasts numerous finance and technology jobs and a lower unemployment rate than the U.S.


Miami is the second-best city for bars, entertainment, and nightlife, behind Las Vegas, according to U.S.

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