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What Follows New York And Los Angeles

We all know that New York and Los Angeles are the most popular cities to live at in the US, but which is the third best place to live at? Is it Boston, Chicago, Portland or Miami. I live in Los Angeles and travel about once a year to New York, but I want to move to one of the four cities mentioned above and finally be on my own. Which one should i move to?

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how old are you? what kind of work do you do? there are many factors that you need to look into before just picking one of the more popular cities imo.

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Move to Las Vegas. It's the fastest growing city in the US, full of money, has lots of things to do, and has nice weather 9 months out of the year.
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Don't like Miami.
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of the four i would pick chicago

being im from new york i would never choose Boston, i never liked miami, and portland just doesnt stand out to me. Chicago would probably be best.

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We all know that New York and Los Angeles are the most popular cities to live at in the US, but which is the third best place to live at? Is it Boston, Chicago, Portland or Miami. I live in Los Angeles and travel about once a year to New York, but I want to move to one of the four cities mentioned above and finally be on my own. Which one should i move to?
Pls b more specific...what job you would like to do? are you straight or gay?
are you more into multi culture or not? those factors will determine which city you may move from Los angeles
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Best is really subjective.

But Chicago is a really great city. I really like the city my sister used to live in, Fayetteville, North Carolina. It's a military city for the most part, but the Historic Haymarket area has some of the most gorgeous homes from the turn of the 20th-century. Plus there's the Dogwood Festival each year around late March/early April, and when the dogwoods are in bloom it's absolutely gorgeous.

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im moving in three years as soon as i finish my bachlors degree. im going to move to either one of these cities and attend psychology grad school when i am 23. im straight and would eventually like to branch into organiational psychology. im open to all cultures.

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Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham NC are ranked high
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i absolutely love Boston. even if you don't move there, at least visit it once.

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never been to/lived in any other city but nyc, but i think nyc is the best.

the nightlife is ridiculous. i was gonna chill in and watch a movie...guess not...you can't DO that in nyc. lol.

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Seattle or San Francisco.

Those are my two favorite cities in the world.
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When I read the title the first city that popped in my mind was Chicago.

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I'd say Chicago. It's already the second largest city in the world in terms of the number of skyscrapers (after NYC).

And I really didn't like Miami. The summers there are excruciatingly hot, not the warm summers they promote on their tourism campaigns.
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