Friday, March 25, 2011

Where We Live Matters

"People are not equally happy everywhere, and some places do a better job of providing a high quality of life than others. Some places offer us more vibrant labor markets, better career prospects, higher real estate appreciation, stronger investment and earnings opportunities. Some places offer more promising mating markets. Others are better environments for raising children . . . The point is, where we live is a central life factor that affects all the others -- work, education, and love."

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