SmartAsset has ranked College Station No. 3 city in its fifth annual study of the best cities in the United States for career opportunities. College Station is the only Texas city in the top 15. Read more
SmartAsset.com ranks College station as the No. 3 city in America for working parents. Here’s what it had to say:
After missing out on last year’s top 10, College Station, Texas once again ranks as a great place for working parents. For one, unemployment in the city is relatively low at 2.70%. Getting to work is also easy, given an average commute time of about 16 minutes. That’s the 20th-shortest commute time in the study. College Station ranks among the safest in the study with a violent crime rate that ranks in the top 25% of all cities. Childcare costs are low and rank in the top 12% of cities.
Read the full story:
BusinessStudent.com, wanted to see which areas of the country, and which specific cities in those areas, give business professionals the biggest bang for the buck. They compared the highest quoted salaries from over 100 business-related jobs on Indeed.com to average rent for a two-bedroom apartment across America from Rentjungle.com and came up with the top 25 most affordable cities to live and work.
Before you start your new job search, be sure to consult this list of the 25 most affordable cities to live and work in the U.S., but you also remember to take into account things like income tax (two of the states on our list, Texas and Nevada, have no personal state income tax), transportation and insurance costs.
Here’s the list, in ascending order, of the 25 cities that provide the highest salary after deducting rent:
By Julia Campbell, Move.org
College Station has a lot going for it, like Texas A&M University and the famous George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Maybe that’s why this college town compelled 12,035 people between the ages of fifty to sixty-five years old to move into its boundaries in 2017. Read more