As a post graduate (EEK!) I have been thinking hard about what to do, where to go and who to become. I definitely plan on staying in Austin, TX, as it is perfect in so many ways, but I can’t help but day dream about moving myself and all of my belongings away. While there are many adequate cities in our country, making an informed moving decision is imperative, as all cities are not created equally. Today’s infographic highlights the best and worst cities for women, based on a Human Development Scale which measures factors ranging from available education, income and health.
San Fransisco and Washington DC. top the charts, having high female income levels, plenty of available education and females who live happily and healthily. The cost of living is high for both of those cities, but many would say that the pros outweigh the cons. Cities that rank poorly in the survey include San Antonio, Texas, which neighbors Austin, and Riverside-San Bernardino, CA, which I know nothing about. Daily Infographers, have you lived in either the top or bottom ranked cities? Females, do you have a quality of life opinion? And most importantly, do you think the quality of life differs that much between males and females? (I do not). We want to know your opinions! (Via )6