Looking for a better quality of life? You may want to consider moving to one of these cities, according to a new study.
Looking for a better quality of life? You may want to consider moving to one of these 20 cities as ranked by finance site Nerdwallet.com. The site looked at factors like income, affordability, health benefits, local economy and work-life balance in determining its best U.S. cities for quality of life:
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