i’ve been thinking a lot lately about where to live and why am i still here in nj. here’s some interesting things that i came across:
somerset, nj is ranked no.8 among the top 20 growing boomtowns with the hottest job markets.
new york city is among the top five most stressful cities in the country. the least most stressful is (ayku97 and hybricon will be glad to hear this — big ups to you boys–hope you’re enjoying life there and all the snow)
1) Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY and Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, PA
These hardworking state capitals and their surrounding areas boast two of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. In fact, both areas score well in many categories- low divorce rates, short average commute times, a low overall crime rate, and low rates of suicide. One downside to these northeastern cities is their often-cloudy skies and dreary winters
5) Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
The Twin Cities have a low unemployment rate and a low violent crime rate. Despite many cloudy days, the suicide rate is low and the stress scores are generally favorable across the board.
***100 large metro areas are surveyed in this study
***new york city also has the longest commute of over 40 mins
this game stresses me out…i always get only one ball left and then i have to quit — it’s really addictive…
*update* i finally did it and in under a minute…but i’m disappointed that the game didn’t end…no congrats or game over. how utterly…denied.
midterms this week…*sigh*…bring it…
happy birthday minyi…more stars to your happiness – “and just pick one”
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