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Which Fastest Recovering City Would You Want to Live in Most?

Everyone is itching for economic recovery, but only some cities look like they're going to get there any time soon. Forbes ran the stats on which cities are poised for the fastest recovery; which of the places on their list would you want to live in most?

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Spectra Spectra 6 years
I'd love to move to Boulder, CO to be closer to some of my husband's family that lives out there. We've been out there to visit and it's such a nice area. My second choice would be Austin, though...I've heard it's a really great city as well.
Antioxidant Antioxidant 6 years
I do live in Dallas, but I would love to live in Seattle. It's my dream city.
Anne-B Anne-B 6 years
I'm already living in Seattle and I love it! Been here for almost 6 years.
starofsorrow starofsorrow 6 years
Lucky for me......I live in Austin! Raised in the good ol' city...maybe I can find a job FINALLY!
margokhal margokhal 6 years
I'm with pinkprincess. McAllen??? REALLY?? On the other hand, this makes me kind of sad that I'm leaving Texas, my home state, soon. Especially as I'll be looking for a job in a while and half of these cities are IN TEXAS. Um...Austin and San Antonio I definitely wouldn't mind living in. Dallas...not so much. I would really like to visit Seattle, I've heard great things about it so I'd like to check it out...and I wouldn't mind living in the area surrounding DC - not IN DC proper...but Bethesda? Sure! :D
roxyb roxyb 6 years
Austin! Best city ever...actually going to lake LBJ in a few weeks! Austin here I come!
rinerlt rinerlt 6 years
i live in arlington, va now and am from the dc metro area. great location with a lot to offer...cnn money just voted arlington the #2 best place to live for the rich and single. :-)
tiff58 tiff58 6 years
I've heard such great things about it, pinkprincess! If I ever just picked up and moved some day, I would go to San Antonio. My husband thinks it is a great city, too.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 6 years
I cannot believe McAllen, Texas is listed.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 6 years
You would love San Antonio, Texas tiff58. I love it here.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
Truthfully, none of the above. If I wanted to truly re-locate, I would go abroad to major cities like London or Paris.
Chrstne Chrstne 6 years
I miss Maryland/DC/ Alexandria.Though now I am fond of the deep South, so maybe one of the southern states. Probably Alabama, close to where I am now.
Chrstne Chrstne 6 years
I miss Maryland/DC/ Alexandria. Though now I am fond of the deep South, so maybe one of the southern states. Probably Alabama, close to where I am now.
Erika-Giselle Erika-Giselle 6 years
i love seattle...everytime i visit i don't want to leave.
tiff58 tiff58 6 years
Definitely San Antonio. I've wanted to move there for a while now.
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