Pullman Ranked No. 1 City to Live in Washington State- Chamber of Commerce Study Reveals
Washington State is one of the best states to live in the United States. The State is also home for top leading tech companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Google, and many more. The State consists of wonderful parks, good universities for every person, and the most important huge amount of job opportunity. Washington State is an evergreen place for nature lovers and home to great advanced urban environments. Recently, a survey revealed Washington State as the best State to live in the US. Now, another survey lets you know the best cities to live in the state. The study carried out by the Chamber of Commerce helps you to easily know the top best cities in Washington State.
If you are thinking of relocating to a better place, you probably can refer to the Chamber of Commerce study and select the best place. According to the study, out of the top five places, 4 of the places are situated across King County.
The Chamber of Commerce has ranked Pullman at No one position. Recently, Pullman- ranked as the best city to live by the Chamber of Commerce study. This is amazing news for Pullman residents, and certainly, they can be proud of.
Pullman has been ranked as the top city of the Washington State and all because of its amazing nature and strong agricultural practice. We should be thankful for this. Pullman is home for Washington State University and also for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. The international headquarter of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories is located in Pullman. The city population is well educated, Chamber of Commerce stated.
Pullman is located across the Southwest part of Washington and greatly surrounded by nature.
According to ChamberOfCommerce.Org, they included different qualified cities with city populations of more than 25,000. They ranked the cities by considering various categories such as housing (owner-occupied housing with a mortgage, monthly housing costs), employment (median earnings, number of establishments), quality of life (poverty levels, work commute), health (obesity ratios) and last education included number of people holding bachelor’s degree or higher. On the basis of these categories, Pullman was ranked at No. 1 position. Pullman performed better than other cities in the above categories.
Chamber of Commerce ranked Redmond at second position followed by Issaquah, Sammamish, and Kirkland respectively.
Apart from these five cities, Spokane managed to hold at 11th position and Seattle the largest city ranked at No. 12 position in the list, Sequim ranked at 14th position, followed by Port Angeles at 15th position and Bellevue at 16th position.
Washington State was even appreciated as ‘one of the best states in the nation in terms of livability.’
The last city to make its name in the list was Tacoma at No. 57.
US Census Bureau mentions that millions of American citizens relocate themselves every year so as to enhance their living conditions in one way or other. Few people relocate to reduce the living cost and housing, while others for better career opportunities and some to enhance the quality of life.