The 10 Best Places To Live In Illinois (USA)
Top 10 Best Places To Live In Illinois (USA)
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Illinois is as diverse a state as its cities and people. Located in the heartland of America, the Land of Lincoln may have cultivated a reputation as one of the worst run states, but it still remains a great choice for anyone looking to put down roots.
Unemployment rate is one of the major causes of the high migration rates out of the state in recent years, but Illinois continues to prove its economic resilience. Illinois is also home to dozens of cities with revitalized downtowns, excellent entertainment venues and endless outdoor recreation opportunities.
Universities in the state are on the leading edge of research and several of them, including the University of Illinois (Champaign Urbana) and Northwestern University,
are among the only 108 institutions nationally classified as “Very High Research Activity” on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
In the heart of the Midwest, Illinois has some crazy weather. The winters are harsh, the summers are hot, and several different seasons can show their face in a single day.
Every Illinoisan knows the importance of learning how to drive in snow and knows how to survive if their city gets shut down for a couple days.
Here are the 10 best places (cities and towns) to live in Illinois for 2018:
3. Buffalo Grove.
6. Highland Park.
9. Park Ridge.
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3. Highland Park
6. Arlington Heights
7. Park Ridge City
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