The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that British magazine The Economist has given Pittsburgh a boost to its confidence, once again naming Pittsburgh the #1 “Most Livable” city in the United States. Pittsburgh was also rated #29 worldwide. Vienna, B.C. took away the top spot worldwide. In January Forbes Magazine cited Pittsburgh as the sixth best city in “Ten Cities For Job Growth In 2009.”
In The Economist’s report, between 30 to 40 indicators were considered under five categories: stability, health care, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. The Economist used its own analysts plus statistics and input from correspondents in each city.
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