I’ve lived in cities both big and small and I can testify to the fact that there is a great distinction between the overall quality of life in each of the places I’ve resided over the years. And recently, according to findings by Magnify Money, they used seven key indicators to help illustrate the lack of a healthy balance in our daily lives that are as follows: income spent on housing, hours worked compared to earnings, income inequality, average commute times, the health of residents, average sleep, and the price of goods and services.
With that methodology in place, here are the 11 cities with the least balanced lifestyles in America…
11. Las Vegas, Nevada
• Average commute time: 24.6 minutes
• People getting fewer than 7 hours sleep: 38.9%
• Goods and services prices compared to national average: .5% lower