National Rankings Tout Nashville's Low Cost of Living, High Quality of Life


The good news about Nashville continues to spread, resulting in a bumper crop of national rankings. Here are highlights of some of our city's recent accolades.

Top 10 Cities for Creatives

Financial research website SmartAsset.com placed Nashville fifth on its list of the top 10 U.S. cities for creative workers. To determine their ranking, SmartAsset compared the cost of living in major U.S. cities to the concentration of creative workers in those cities.

Top 10 Large Metro Areas for Law School Graduates

GoodCall.com, which provides research data to current and prospective college students, lists Nashville at No. 5 among the best large metro areas to start a law career. To determine the ranking, GoodCall looked at metropolitan areas with populations above 100,000, evaluating them on average lawyer salaries, affordability, amenities and employment attractiveness.

15 Affordable U.S. Cities To Add To Your Bucket List

Lifestyle website Refinery29.com placed Nashville on its list of "cool and eclectic cities that won’t cost an arm and a leg to visit."

Top 10 Towns for Summer Jobs

Based on factors such as recent positive job growth, availability of part-time employment and variety of summer activities, employment website ZipRecruiter.com has compiled a list of the top 10 U.S. cities for college students to find summer jobs. Nashville is No. 4.

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