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Friday, November 8, 2013

San Francisco Ranks Third Most Livable City for People 35 and Under

Posted By on Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 2:00 PM

click to enlarge Vocativ - THE LIVABIITY INDEX: THE 35 BEST US CITIES FOR PEOPLE UNDER 35
  • The Livabiity Index: The 35 Best US Cities For People Under 35
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San Francisco is hella expensive.

The average rent alone is the highest in the country at approximately $4,000 dollars for a two-bedroom.

Ouch. But wait -- everyone already knows that. So what's to keep the 35-and-under crowd from packing up, breaking down and reluctantly moving back with the parentals postgrad?

Easy. San Francisco has cheap beer, low unemployment, reliable transportation and reasonably priced manicures and pedicures. Duh.

Or at least those are some of the factors considered by the folks at Vocativ when they determined that San Francisco is in fact the third most livable city in the U.S. for young adults.

Thank you Vocativ for reminding those still in their "post graduate delirium" that San Francisco ranks among the nation's highest average salaries and lowest cost for quality weed.

We're gonna make it after all.

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