SmartAsset – Small towns have their charm and big cities offer great opportunities, but what if you’re looking for something in between? Unlike a large metropolis, a small city tends to have a more affordable cost of living, making it easier to build your savings for a house or retirement. It’s also possible to find a great quality of life without completely sacrificing job opportunities, as you might have to do in an even smaller town.
Reviews.org evaluated 325 metro areas and ranked accordingly to determine the best places for millennials to move to in 2019. The study focused on areas with low unemployment rates, high immigration flows, low housing costs, and low rates of property crime.
OSHKOSH – In the past year, the city has accomplished quite a bit, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.
That was the message City Manager Mark Rohloff shared Monday during his 2019 State of the City Address and City Exhibit Expo at the Oshkosh Convention Center