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  • 1. NASHVILLE, TN

    As the Nashville Post recently put it, "Greater Nashville produced jaw-dropping growth numbers for most of the 2010s." The data bears this out, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting employment growth in Nashville has grown by 11.66% over the last three years. The cost of living helps put this city at the top of MoneyGeek's list as well. The average share of income spent on rent in Nashville is 38.46%. That's a significant amount of money going toward rent — but nothing compared to New York City's numbers (52.63%) or San Francisco's numbers (76.92%).

    The Nashville Post points out that things have cooled off a bit, mostly due to a slowed construction industry. But there is still healthy job growth, especially in the leisure and hospitality industries, and it's one of those cities where it's virtually impossible to be bored, with numerous parks, bike trails, museums and, of course, live music venues offering all genres. average cost of car insurance MG Custom Icons - Set 2

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    Arizona modestly trimmed its income tax rate, cutting it to 4.5% from 4.54%, according to the Tax Foundation. While that’s on the low end among states charging personal income taxes, Arizona’s sales taxes are a bit pricier. The statewide sales tax stands at 5.6%, while the average local rate is 2.79%. Arizona’s corporate income tax rate is one of the lowest in the country, but that tax isn’t included in our methodology.

  • 2. SEATTLE, WA
  • 3. BIRMINGHAM, AL
  • 4. DENVER, CO
  • 5. SALT LAKE CITY, UT
  • 6. ORLANDO, FL
  • 7. ST. LOUIS, MO
  • 8. OMAHA, NE
  • 9. BALTIMORE, MD
  • 10. PHOENIX, AZ
  • 11. DALLAS, TX
  • 12. SAN ANTONIO, TX
  • 13. BOSTON, MA
  • 14. LAS VEGAS, NV
  • 15. CHARLOTTE, NC

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Aaron Eli Glatt, M.D., FACP, FIDSA, FSHEA, is chair of the department of medicine and director of the division of infectious diseases at South Nassau Communities Hospital. He is a spokesperson for the Infectious Disease Society of America, author of 200 scientific journal articles, an internationally-known medical lecturer, former guest editor of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of North America and infectious diseases editor of Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary. In addition, he has served on the editorial boards of major publications as well as many government, hospital, medical school, and local public health committees. Dr. Glatt's medical interests include general infectious diseases, infection control, Clostridium difficile, tuberculosis, fungal infection, occupational-related HIV seroconversion, HIV infection and antibiotic utilization.