A recent Wall Street Journal article raises the questions, where do you want to live, and why? As work life shifts to remote models, the need to live near hot job markets is challenged. People are reassessing living situations and moving to places that make them happy, both for improved quality of life and ability to save money.
“At one point in April people were relocating at twice the normal pace, according to data from Cuebiq,” writes Ben Eisen.
If you are among the many people seeking a change of scene, consider New Mexico! Beautiful mountains, fresh air, and stunning skyscapes (not to mention strong economic incentives) could be calling you home.
Albuquerque was recently ranked America’s ninth most affordable city by Move.org. The city’s low cost of living contributes to its also being ranked one of the top five cities in which to build wealth by pay experts Salary.com.
Albuquerque also ranks in the top ten large-size metro areas in the country for economic development potential, according to site selector publication Business Facilities. “‘Albuquerque has a foothold in very high-tech industries,’ including renewable energies, photonics, and information technology,’ said Business Facilities’ Editor in Chief Jack Rogers. ‘We think the up arrow is going to stay for a while.
Santa Fe was voted one of the Best Small Cities in the U.S. in Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards last year. “There is a lot of sameness in cities around the world,” says Santa Fe mayor Alan Webber. “We remain unique.”
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