Mintlife.com has published an interactive map of The Best Cities for Working Mothers. The map is based on Forbes’ rankings over multiple areas and includes safety, education, and health care as part of the criteria. The map includes 11 overlays, some of the included overlays are highest income, lowest unemployment rate, lowest cost of living, lowest cost for health care and best pediatricians.
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Tags: Best Cities, Birmingham, Madison, Men's Health, San Jose, Seattle, Worst Cities
Men’s Health has released their list of The Best and Worst Cities for Men 2010. The list features 100 cities and was based on 35 criterias such as air quality, employment, life expectancy, death rate and commute times. The top city of the 2010 list is Seattle, WA which was ranked as one of the most literate and educated cities in America. Madison, WI and San Jose, CA round out the top three cities. The worst city on the list was Birmingham, AL.