The United States offers an immense variety of cities and small redoubts in which to think about settling down. But, at the same time, this multiplicity is linked to the cost of living very disparate.
The starting point is that cities run a higher price range, like rent or food. Despite they also offer better job opportunities, salary benefits, and the widest variety of attractions and services.
Taking these parameters into account, a report from the Rocket real estate operators indicates this San Francisco, California leads the rankings of the most exclusive and inaccessible places to live.
As points of attraction, can not fail to mention that it is the epicenter of technology companies. Plus, it’s close to the thriving center of Silicon Valley.
It is also an important cultural and artistic stronghold. The generation of the hippie movement in the 60s and the first LGBTQ pride march are some of its inevitable milestones.
These parameters, according to data from Rocket, do the city with the most inaccessible houses. The median home price is $1,300,000.
One advantage that stands out from this company is that the The properties are highly sought after and have a high resale value.
At the other extreme are rural Ohio – in the country’s Midwest – with prices only 5% of this value.
The list of the most attractive salaries follows this same line. The Colombian newspaper El Tiempo has published that the DC -District of Columbia, where the city of Washington is located- is one of the most favorable for workers. In July 2022, the minimum wage was $16.10 an hour.
California follows in this ranking, with a base value set at $14.
Mark Jones is a world traveler and journalist for News Rebeat. With a curious mind and a love of adventure, Mark brings a unique perspective to the latest global events and provides in-depth and thought-provoking coverage of the world at large.