There was definitely something in the “dynamics” that created an Ohio-bias with Cincinnati ranking fourth and Cleveland seventh. My guess would be the ability to earn good wages, access to doctors, and shorter commute times than you’d expect in larger cities.
The publication looked at:
violent crimes per 100,000 residents;
women’s annual earnings;
physicians per 100,000;
expenditure per pupil; and
cost of child care.
So when it comes times to return to the work force and raise those kids, forget about San Diego or a place in the sun … head to Columbus, Ohio.
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