Montana Isn’t Among The Best States To Live According To A New Study
Before we get into the details of this study I found on Wallet Hub, let me start by saying that I love Montana and living here.
I'm sure there are those of you who don't feel the same as I do, and that's totally fine.
But in my opinion, Montana is one of the best-kept secrets regarding livability.
Yes, we have challenges, just like any other state does.
A Things That Come To Mind...
- Home Availability
- Access to Amenities
Finding A Place To Call Home
But at the end of the day, I can deal with a few challenges to have what we have.
After all, selecting a place to establish as your home can be challenging.
It requires balancing factors such as the cost of living, employment prospects, educational excellence, and safety considerations.
Personal inclinations also play a pivotal role, as the ideal location should align with your desires for attractions, leisure pursuits, and climatic conditions.
Fortunately, the array of options spans all 50 states, encompassing the icy terrains of Alaska to the sun-soaked environs of Florida, each boasting unique advantages and disadvantages.
Engaging in a quantitative assessment, certain states distinctly outshine others across diverse spheres.
The Details of the Study
To unveil the most desirable states for residency, WalletHub conducted a comprehensive evaluation of the 50 states based on 51 critical benchmarks of livability.
These benchmarks encompass a spectrum ranging from housing affordability and income progression to educational enrollment rates and the caliber of healthcare facilities.
How Does Montana Stack Up?