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October 05, 2005

Cleveland: Most Liveable in the US

For those of you out there who are not acquainted with the charms of Cleveland, Cleveland and Pittsburgh are the most liveable cities in the United States, according to The Economist magazine's Economist Intelligence Unit Livability Ranking, which looked at conditions in 127 cities worldwide. Assessed were nearly 40 indicators in five broad categories -- stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. Cleveland and Pittsburgh tied for 26th most liveable in the world, the highest of all American cities. For real. Read the CNN article here, the EIU press release here, or the Plain Dealer article here.

Special thanks to John Gest for pointing this out to our admissions staff!

Trish Schreiber, Writer/Editor

Posted by pls9 at October 5, 2005 10:48 AM

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